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Evangelicals and Education

Evangelical Anglicans and Middle-Class Education in Nineteenth-Century England

Studies in Evangelical History and Thought

by Khim Harris

Foreword by David W. Bebbington

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

450 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.90 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781597527309
  • Published: September 2007

$48.00 / £36.00


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This is the first history of English public schools founded by Evangelicals in the nineteenth century. Five existing public schools can be traced back to this period: Cheltenham College, Dean Close School, Monkton Combe School, Trent College, and St Lawrence's College. Some of these schools were set up in direct competition with new Anglo-Catholic schools, while others drew their inspiration from and, to a greater or lesser extent, were modelled on their rivals. Harris documents, for the first time, the rise of Evangelical societies such as the influential Church Association and the little-known Clerical and Lay Associations. An extensive bibliography and useful biographical survey of influential Evangelicals of the period completes this groundbreaking study.

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