A Distinctive People edited by Brian Talbot (SBHT; Paternoster, 2014)

Brian Talbot (ed.), A Distinctive People: A Thematic Study of Aspects of the Witness of Baptists in Scotland in the Twentieth Century (Studies in Baptist History and Thought; Paternoster, 2014)

The Distinctive Contribution to Scottish Baptist Life by key leaders of the Baptist Union – Edward Burrows

Baptist Laymen in the life of the denomination – Derek Murray

The place of women in the Scottish Baptist Life – Christine Lumsden

Scottish Baptists and their Relationships with other Baptist Churches, 1900-1945 – Brian Talbot

Scottish Baptist Ecumenical Relations in the Twentieth Century – Watson Moyes

Theological Developments among Twentieth Century Scottish Baptists – Kenneth Roxburgh

Experiences of the Holy Spirit amongst Scottish Baptists in the Twentieth Century – Alasdair Black

Changing Attitudes to War in the Twentieth Century – Neil Allison

Scottish Baptist Home Mission work in Twentieth Century Scotland – Brian Talbot

Scottish Baptists and Social Action – Derek Murray

Analgous Uses of Language, Eucharistic Identity, and the Baptist Vision by Aaron James (SBHT; Paternoster, 2014)

Aaron James, Analgous Uses of Language, Eucharistic Identity, and the Baptist Vision (Studies in Baptist History and Thought; Paternoster, 2014)

Introduction

Baptist Catholicity and the Lord’s Supper

Analogous Uses of Language and Identity

Analogous Uses of Language and Transubstantiation

Analogous Uses of Language and the Suffering Church

Analogous Uses of Language and the ‘baptist’ Vision

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