Endorsements & Reviews-
"A disturbing study of our history and theology that demands openness and a willingness to change and enlarge our vision."
Denton Lotz, General Secretary, Baptist World Alliance
"An accessible and non-polemical introduction to Baptist ecclesiology."
Paul Avis, General Secretary, the Council for Christian Unity of The Church of England
"Deploys arguments deriving from history, theology and the sociology of religion to examine the nature of the church, its foundations, worship, life together and commitment to mission in the world."
John H. Y. Briggs, Senior Research Fellow in History, Regent's Park College, Oxford
"Demonstrates that the truly free church is at its best, when it is dissenting from a way that is not the way of God in order to conform to ways that are appropriate to a gospel community."
David Coffey, General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, President Elect of the Baptist World Alliance