Papers Published from the Consultations of Baptists Doing Theology in Context

From the 1999 consultation

Anthony Cross, ‘The Myth of English Baptist Anti-Sacramentalism’ in Baptist Quarterly 38.8 (Oct 2000) and Recycling the Past or Researching History (Patern0ster, 2005)

Malcolm Drummond, ‘Eclisping the First Born: A Theological Reading of the story of Ishamel’ in Theology in Context, (ed.) S. Holmes (Whitley, 2000)

Jenny Few, ‘Hats and Wi(w)gs: Theological Reflections on the Work of the Baptist Union Women’s Isses Working Group’ in Theology in Context, (ed.) S. Holmes (Whitley, 2000)

Stephen Copson, ‘Renewing Associations: an Early Eighteenth Century Example’, Baptist Quarterly 38.6 (April 2000)

Paul Martin, ‘Towards a Baptist Ecclesiology Inclusive of Children’ in Theology in Context, (ed.) S. Holmes (Whitley, 2000)

Graham Watts, ‘The Spirit and Community: Trinitarian Pneumatology and the Church’ in Theology in Context, (ed.) S. Holmes (Whitley, 2000)

Richard Kidd, Paul Fiddes and Brian Haymes, ‘Doing Theology in a Baptist Way’ and Paul Fiddes and Brian Haymes, ‘Is There a Distinctive Baptist Way of Doing Theology’ in Doing Theology in a Baptist Way (Whitley, 2000)

From the 2001 consultation

Anthony Clarke, ‘The Covenantal Basis of God’s Trinitarian Life’ in Bound for Glory? (Whitley, 2002)

Tim Carter, ‘Removing the Label: Intertexuality in Romans 2.28-9′ in Bound for Glory? (Whitley, 2002)

Steve Holmes, ‘Baptism: Patristic Resources for Ecumenical Dialogue’ in Listening to the Past (Paternoster, 2002)

From the 2003 consultation

Steve Finamore, ‘Violence and Covetousness: Nor Anthing Else that Belongs to Thy Neighbour’ in Expecting Justice, But Seeing Bloodshed (Whitley, 2004)

Anthony Clarke, ‘Violence and the Cross: God and the Death of Jesus’ in Expecting Justice, But Seeing Bloodshed (Whitley, 2004)

Hazel Sherman, ‘Violence and Worship: Redeeming the Language of God’ in Expecting Justice, But Seeing Bloodshed (Whitley, 2004)

Graham Sparkes, ‘Violence and Mission: Exploring the Clash of Civilisations through Shaffer’s ‘The Royal Hunt of the Sun’ in Expecting Justice, But Seeing Bloodshed (Whitley, 2004)

Tim Carter, ‘Violence and the State: Do I honour, obey and pay taxes? The Irony of Romans 13′ in Expecting Justice, But Seeing Bloodshed (Whitley, 2004)

From the 2006 consultation

Anthony Clarke, ‘A Feast of All: Reflecting on Open Communion for the Contemporary Church’ in Baptist Sacramentalism 2 (Paternoster, 2008)

Sean Winter, ‘Ambiguous Genitives, Pauline Baptism and Roman Insulae: Exegetical Resources in Romans to Support Pushing the Boundaries of Unity‘ in Baptist Sacramentalism 2 (Paternoster, 2008)

Andy Goodliff, ‘Celebrating Differences: Towards an Inclusive Church’ Baptist Quarterly 43.1 (January 2009)

Paul Fiddes, ‘Spirituality as Attentiveness: Stillness and Journey’ in Under the Rule of Christ (Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

Richard Kidd, ‘Spirituality in Suffering: a Defining Experience’ in Under the Rule of Christ (Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

Nigel Wright, ‘Spirituality as Discipleship: the Anabaptist Heritage’ in Under the Rule of Christ (Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

John Weaver, ‘Spirituality in Everyday Life: the View from the Tablein Under the Rule of Christ (Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

Chris Ellis ‘Spirituality in Mission: Gathering and Gracein Under the Rule of Christ (Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

Supplements to the Baptist Quarterly

Faith, Heritage and Witness. A Supplement to the Baptist Quarterly Published in Honour of Dr. W. M. S West, edited by J. H. Y. Briggs (Baptist Historical Society, 1987)

Bible, Church and World. A Supplement to the Baptist Quarterly Published in Honour of Dr. D. S. Russell, edited by J. H. Y. Briggs (Baptist Historical Society, 1989)

Mission to the World. Essays to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Ordination of George Raymond Beasley-Murray to the Christian Ministry, edited by Paul Beasley-Murray (Baptist Historical Society, 1991)

Recycling the Past or Researching History: Studies in Baptist Historiography and Myths edited by Anthony R. Cross and Philip E. Thompson (SBHT, Paternoster, 2005)

Foreword – Stephen Brachlow

Introduction: Caring for Baptist Memory – Philip E. Thompson and Anthony R. Cross

Confessional Identity, Denominational Institutions and Relations with Others: A Study in Changing Contexts – John H. Y. Briggs

Churches and the Church – Stanley K. Fowler

The Priesthood of All Believers and the Necessity of the Church – Elizabeth Newman

The Roots of Baptist in Community, and therefore, Voluntary Membership not Individualism, or, the High-Flying Modernist, Stripped of his Ontological Assumptions, Appears to Hold the Ecclesiology of a Yaho – Mike Broadway

A Good Walk Spoiled?: Revisiting Baptist Soteriology – Mark S. Medley

The Myth of the Missing Spirituality: Spirituality among English Baptist in the Early Twentieth Century – Ian Randall

The Myth of English Baptist Anti-Sacramentalism – Anthony R. Cross

Forgotten Sisters: The Contributions of Some Notable but Un-noted British Baptist Women – Karen E. Smith

‘As it was in the Beginning’ (?): The Myth of Changelessness in Baptist Life and Belief – Philip E. Thompson

1653 or 1656: When did the Oxford Baptists Join the Abingdon Association? – Larry J. Kreitzer

The Fifth Monarchist John Pendarves (d.1656): A Victim of ‘Studious Bastard Consumption’? – Larry J. Kreitzer

The Myth of High Calvinism – Clive Jarvis

Eighteenth-Centuiry Calvinistic Baptists and the Political Realm, with Particular Reference to the Thought of Andrew Fuller – Michael A. G. Haykin

Episcopacy in the Baptist Tradition – Valdis Teraudkalns

Strict Baptists and Reformed Baptists in England, 1955-76 – Tim Grass

Baptists on the Lord’s Supper

R. L. Child (ed.), The Lord’s Supper: a Baptist statement (Kingsgate, 1951)

Neville Clark,  An Approach to the Theology of the Sacraments (SCM, 1956)

John Colwell, Promise and Presence (Paternoster, 2005)

Paul Fiddes, ‘The church as an eucharistic community: a Baptist contribution’ in Tracks and Traces (Paternoster, 2003)

Keith Jones, A Shared Meal and a Common Table: Some Reflections on the Lord’s Supper and Baptists (Whitley, 1999)

Rex Mason, Thou Preparest a Table: an outline for discussion on the meaning of the Lord’s Supper (BU, 1968)

Michael Walker, Baptists at the Table: The Theology of the Lord’s Supper among English Baptists in the Nineteenth Century (Baptist Historical Society, 1992)

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