Grounded in Grace: Essays in Honour of Ian M. Randall edited by Pieter J. Lalleman, Peter J. Morden and Anthony R. Cross (Spurgeon’s College/BHS, 2013)

Foreword – David Bebbington

Ian Randall: biographical sketch – Keith Jones and Peter Morden

Are we all the Hussites now? – Michael Bochenski

Election and predestination in the Baptist confessions of the 17th-century – Nigel G. Wright

John Bunyan: a 17th-century evangelical? – Peter J. Morden

Abraham Booth’s defence of believer’s baptism by immersion – Sharon James

Undenominationalism in Britain, 1840-1914 – Tim Grass

Baptist in Czech lands – Lydie Kucova

Adam Podin: an Estonian Baptist with international links and pan evangelical vision -Toivo Pilli

Sarah Terrett, Katherine Robinson, and Edith Pearce: Three non-conformist women in public life in Bristol, 1870-1910 – Linda Wilson

Baptist from East and West at the world missionary conference in Edinburgh, 1910 – Brian Stanley

Dynamics versus mechanics: a Baptist and the Welsh and Lowestoft revivals – Timothy Welch

Jews in the mindset of German evangelicals – Erich Geldbach

A moment of transformation: the European Baptist Federation and the collapse of the Soviet Union and its European and Central Asian empire, 1889-92 – Keith Jones

Mainstream: ‘far greater ambitions’ – and evaluate in of mainstream’s contribution to the renewal of denominational life, 1979-1994 – Derek Tidball

What is truth?: Evangelicalism, foundational is and hermeneutic of witness – John Colwell

Sapientia experimentalis : ‘knowledge by experience’ -aspects of Baptist baptismal spirituality – Anthony Cross

Bringing good news to the poor: an evangelical imperative – J/ Andrew Kirk

Struggling with female happiness: God’s will and God’s blessing in primary evangelical theology – Lina Andronoviene

Hearing what is written to recover our future – Simon Jones

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