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  1. A Man Of One Book?

    Donald A. Bullen

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2007

    John Wesley claimed to be a man of one book, and early Wesley scholarship accepted uncritically that the Bible was his supreme authority. In the late twentieth century, American Wesley scholars... read more »
  2. A Story of Conflict

    Jonathan Burnham

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2007

    This study explores the complex and turbulent relationship between B.W. Newton and J.N. Darby, the two principal leaders of the early Brethren movement. Burnham traces Darby's development of his... read more »
  3. Apostles of the Spirit and Fire

    Nigel Scotland

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2009

    This is a book about American revivalist religion and the ways in which it impacted British Christianity in nineteenth-century England. The term 'revivalist' seems to have first been used in the... read more »
  4. Apostolic Networks in Britain

    William K. Kay

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2007

    Apostolic networks link congregations together through personal relationships. They center around apostolic figures who have the ability to mobilize resources, make rapid decisions, and utilize... read more »
  5. Beyond Religious Discourse

    J. N. Ian Dickson

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2007

    Drawing extensively on primary sources, this pioneer work in modern religious history explores the training of preachers, the construction of sermons, and how Irish evangelicalism and the wider... read more »
  6. British Evangelical Identities Past and Present, Volume 1

    Mark Smith

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2009

    The nature of evangelical identity in Britain is both a perennial issue and an urgent one. This is especially the case because evangelical Christianity has, throughout its history, been... read more »
  7. Communion in the Spirit

    Robert W. Caldwell, III

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2007

    While he was well known for his lifelong fascination with the nature of religious experience, the colonial American pastor and theologian Jonathan Edwards is seldom associated with a specifically... read more »
  8. Conscience and Compromise

    Patricia Meldrum

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2007

    The Scottish Episcopal Church in the nineteenth century was dominated by High Churchmen. But by around 1820 Evangelical clergy began to take up posts within its fold, particularly in the major... read more »
  9. Evangelical Identity and Contemporary Culture

    Mathew Guest

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2007

    Building on an ethnographic study of St. Michael-le-Belfrey Church in York, a recognized leader in charismatic renewal, mission, and evangelical innovation since the 1960s, this book explores how a... read more »
  10. Evangelicals and Education

    Khim Harris

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2007

    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... read more »

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