Baptist Quarterly Articles By Author (A-M)

Paul H. Ballard
– ‘The Dynamic of Independency’, Baptist Quarterly 23 (1970), 241-250
– ‘Baptists and Covenanting’, Baptist Quarterly 24.8 (October 1972), 372-84
– How Far Ought the Church to be Politicised?’, Baptist Quarterly 30.1 (January 1983)
– ‘Conservation in a Christian Context’, Baptist Quarterly 31.1 (January 1985)

George Beasley-Murray
– ‘A Conservative Thinks Again about Daniel’, Baptist Quarterly 12 (1948), pp.341-346, 366-371.
– ‘Church and Child in the New Testament’, Baptist Quarterly 21 (1966), pp.206-218.
– ‘I Still Find Infant Baptism Difficult’, Baptist Quarterly 22 (1967), pp.225-236.
– ‘Jesus and the Kingdom of God’, Baptist Quarterly 32 (1987), pp.141-147

David Bebbington
– ‘Gladstone and the Baptists’, Baptist Quarterly 26 (1976)
– ‘Baptist MPs in the Nineteenth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 29.1 (January 1981)
– ‘Baptist Members of Parliament in the Twentieth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 31.6 (1986)
– ‘The Baptist Conscience in the Nineteenth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 34 (1991)
– ‘British Baptist Crucicentrism Since the Late Eighteenth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 44.4 & 5 (October 2011 and January 2012)

John Biggs
– ‘Towards a Theology of the Environment’, Baptist Quarterly 34.1 (January 1991)

Stephen Brachlow
– ‘John Smyth and the Ghost of Anabaptism: A Rejoinder’, Baptist Quarterly 30.7 (July 1984), 296-300
– ‘Puritan Theology and General Baptist Origins’, Baptist Quarterly 31.4 (1985), 179-194

Brian Brewer
– ‘A Baptist View of Ordained Ministry: A function of a way of being?’, Baptist Quarterly 43.3 (July 2009) and 43.4 (October 2009)

John H. Y. Briggs
– ‘ Image and Appearance: Some Sources for the History of the Nineteenth Century Nonconformity’, Baptist Quarterly 23.1 (January 1969) and 23.2 (February 1969)
– ‘Church, Clergy and Society in Victorian Britain’, Baptist Quarterly 23.5 (January 1970)
– ‘Charles Haddon Spurgeon and the Baptist Denomination in Nineteenth-Century Britain’, Baptist Quarterly 31.5 (January 1986)
– ‘She-preachers, widows and other women: The Feminine dimension in Baptist life since 1600′, Baptist Quarterly 31.7 (July 1986)
– ‘Chapel-Goers, Chapels and Local Community’, Baptist Quarterly 33.2 (April 1989)
– ‘Evangelical Ecumenism: The Amalgamation of General and Particular Baptists in 1891’, Baptist Quarterly 34.3 (July, 1991) and 34.4 (October, 1991)
– ‘F.A. Cox of Hackney: Nineteenth-Century Baptist Theologian, Historian, Controversialist, and Apologist’, Baptist Quarterly 38.8 (October, 2000)
– ‘British Baptists and the beginnings of the Baptist World Alliance’, Baptist Quarterly 41.1 (January 2005)
– ‘Baptists and the Campaign to Abolish the Slave Trade’, Baptist Quarterly 42.4 (October 2007)

Kenneth D. Brown
– ‘The Baptist Ministry of Victorian England and Wales: A Social Profile’, Baptist Quarterly 32 (1987)
– ‘Patterns of Baptist Ministry in the Twentieth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 33 (April 1989)

Raymond Brown
– ‘Baptist Preaching in Early Eighteenth Century England’, Baptist Quarterly 31 (1985), pp.4-22
– ‘Bedfordshire Nonconformist Devotion: Another Look at the Agnes Beaumont Story (1674). The 1993 Baptist Historical Society’s Annual Lecture’. Baptist Quarterly 35.7 (July 1994)

L. G. Champion
– ‘The Nature of Christian Ministry’ Baptist Quarterly 17 (1957-58)
– ‘Evangelical Calvinism and the Structures of Baptist Church Life’, Baptist Quarterly 28 (July 1980)

R. L. Child
– ‘”The Ministry and the Sacraments”: A Free Church Point of View’, Baptist Quarterly 9.3 (1938)
– ‘Baptists and the Reunion Movement’, Baptist Quarterly 10 (July 1941)

Neville Clark
– ‘The Meaning and Practice of Ordination’ Baptist Quarterly 17 (1957-58), 197-205
– ‘Baptist Praise and Worship‘, Baptist Quarterly 35.2 (April 1993), pp.95-100
– ‘A Perspective on Christian Ministry’, Baptist Quarterly 39.5 (January, 2002)

Keith Clements
– ‘Baptists and the Outbreak of the First World War’, Baptist Quarterly 26.2 (1975)
– ‘Moltmann on the Congregation’, Baptist Quarterly 28.3 (1979), pp.101-109
– ‘Lutheran Bonhoeffer and the Guilty Nation’, Baptist Quarterly 30.4 (October 1983)
– ‘Towards the Common Expression of the Apostolic Faith Today: Baptist Reflections on this Faith and Order Project’, Baptist Quarterly 33.2 (April 1989), 63-71
– ‘Review Article: Making a Denomination’ Baptist Quarterly 40.2 (April 2003)

E. F. Clipsham
– ‘Andrew Fuller and Fullerism: A Study in Evangelical Calvinism’, Baptist Quarterly 20 (1963-4)

James Coggins
– ‘Theological Positions of John Smyth’, Baptist Quarterly 30 (1984), 247-264

Michael J. Collis
– ‘The Lord’s Supper in British Baptist Hymnology in the Twentieth Century’, Baptist Quarterly 38.6 (April 2000)

John Colwell
– ‘Catholicity and Confessionalism: Responding to George Beasley-Murray on Unity and Distinctiveness’, Baptist Quarterly 43.1 (2009)

Stephen Copson
– ‘Two Ordinations at Bridlington in 1737′, Baptist Quarterly 33.3 (July 1989)
– ‘Advocate of the Reformed Protestant Religion: The Writings (1645-58) of William Kaye, Yorkshire Puritan’, Baptist Quarterly 35.6 (April 1994)
– ‘Renewing Associations: an early eighteenth-century example’ Baptist Quarterly 38.6 (2000)
– ‘Jonas Thurrowgood of Hertford and Little Parndon: an 18th century minister in Hertfordshire’ Baptist Quarterly 40.4 (October 2003)
– ‘Significant Questions about Baptist Origins? A review article’, Baptist Quarterly 41.6 (April 2006)

Anthony R. Cross
– ‘Revd Dr Hugh Martin’ Baptist Quarterly 37.1, 37.2 & 37.3 (1997)
– ‘Service to the Ecumenical Movement: The Contribution of British Baptists, Baptist Quarterly 38.3:107-22 (1999)
– ‘Dispelling the Myth of English Baptist Baptismal Sacramentalism,’ Baptist Quarterly 38/8 (2000)

P. R. Dekar, ‘Twentieth-Century British Baptist Conscientious Objectors’, Baptist Quarterly 35.1 (1993)

George M. Ella
– ‘John Gill and the Charge of Hyper-Calvinism’, Baptist Quarterly 36.4 (October 1995)

Christopher Ellis
– ‘Relativity, Ecumenism and the Liberation of the church’, Baptist Quarterly 29: 81-91 (1981)
– ‘A view from the pool: Baptists, sacraments and the basis of unity’, Baptist Quarterly 39 (2001), pp.107-20
– ‘Gathering Struggles: Creative Tensions in Baptist Worship’, Baptist Quarterly 42.1 (2007)

Rob Ellis
– ‘How Relative Should Theology Be?’, Baptist Quarterly 29.5 ( January 1982), pp.220-224

Paul S. Fiddes
– ‘God and History’, Baptist Quarterly 30 (1983), pp.85-88
– ‘Woman’s Head is Man': A Doctrinal Reflection upon a Pauline Theme’, Baptist Quarterly 31 (1986), pp.370-383
– ‘The Place of Christian Theology in the Modern University’, Baptist Quarterly 42.2.1 (April, 2007)

Curtis Freeman
‘Visionary Women Among Early Baptists’, Baptist Quarterly 43.5 (January 2010)

Andy Goodliff
– ‘Celebrating Diversity: Towards an inclusive church’, Baptist Quarterly 43.1 (January 2009)
– ‘The Language of “Baptist Family” 44.6 (April 2012)

Michael Goodman
– ‘Numerical Decline Amongst English Baptists 1930-1939′ Baptist Quarterly 36.5 (January 1996)

Ruth Gouldbourne
– ‘This Sad Work’, Baptist Quarterly 39.3 (July 2001)
– ‘Being Human: Review of the Whitley Lecture 2006′, Baptist Quarterly 42.2.2 (April 2007)
– ‘In Praise of Incompetence’, Baptist Quarterly 44.2 (April 2011)

Tim Grass
– ‘The Restoration of a Congregation of Baptists': Baptists and Irvingism in Oxfordshire’, Baptist Quarterly 37.6 (April 1998)

Bernard Green
– ‘Earnest to Make Others Free':J. H. Rushbrooke and Religious Liberty’, Baptist Quarterly 36.3 (July 1995)

Stanley Grenz
– ‘Isaac Backus and the English Baptist Tradition’, Baptist Quarterly 30.5 (January 1984)
– ‘North American Report: Secular Saints: Civil Religion in America’, Baptist Quarterly 33.5 (January 1990)

Roger Hayden
– ‘The Particular Baptist Confession 1689 and Baptists Today,’ Baptist Quarterly 32.8 (October 1988)
– ‘Leonard George Champion 1907-1997′, Baptist Quarterly 37.5 (January 1998)
– ‘Caleb Evans and the anti-slavery question’ Baptist Quarterly 39.1 (January 2001)

Michael A. G. Haykin
– ‘A Habitation of God, through the Spirit': John Sutcliff (1752-1814) and the revitalization of the Calvinistic Baptists in the late eighteenth century’, Baptist Quarterly 34.7 (July 1992)
– ‘Resisting Evil': Civil retaliation, non-resistance and the interpretation of Matthew 5.39a among eighteenth-century Calvinistic Baptists’, Baptist Quarterly 36.5 (January 1996)

Brian Haymes
– ‘A Note on God Acting in History’, Baptist Quarterly 30.8 (October 1984)
– ‘On Religious Liberty: re-reading A Short Declaration of Iniquity in London in 2005′, The 2007 Baptist Historical Society’s Annual Lecture, Baptist Quarterly 42.3 (2007)

Christopher Hill
– ‘History and Denominational History’, Baptist Quarterly 21 (1968), 65-71

Stephen R. Holmes
– Baptists and the Bible, Baptist Quarterly 43.7 (July 2010)

Mark Hopkins
– ‘Spurgeon’s opponents in the Down Grade Controversy’, Baptist Quarterly 32 (1988)
– ‘The Down Grade Controversy: New Evidence’, Baptist Quarterly 35.6 (April 1994)

Keith Jones
– ‘Have Baptists got Faith in the City?’, Baptist Quarterly 33.1 (January 1989)
– ‘The Authority of a Trust Deed: A Yorkshire Perspective’, Baptist Quarterly 33.3 (July 1989), 103-18
– ‘The Labyrinth of the World and and the Paradise of the Heart: insights on European Baptist spirituality’ Baptist Quarterly 40.4 (October 2003)
– ‘Baptists and Creation Care’, Baptist Quarterly 42.7 (July 2008), pp.452-476

Alan Kreider
– ‘The Servant is Not Greater than His Master: The Anabaptists and the Suffering Church’, Baptist Quarterly 29.6 (April 1982)

Ken Manley
– ‘The Making of an Evangelical Baptist Leader: John Rippon’s Early Years, 1751-73′, Baptist Quarterly 26 (1976)
– ‘John Rippon and Baptist Historiography’, Baptist Quarterly 28
– ‘”The right man in the right place”: W. T. Whitely in Australia (1891-1901)’, Baptist Quarterly 37.4 (1997)
– ‘”The Magic Name”: Charles Haddon Spurgeon and the evangelical ethos of Australian Baptists’, Baptist Quarterly 40.3 (July 2003) and 40.4 (October 2003)
– ‘”To the ends of the Earth”: Regent’s Park College and Australian Baptists’, Baptist Quarterly 42.2.2 (April 2007)

Hugh Martin
– ‘The Conduct of Baptist Worship’, Baptist Quarterly 17 (1957), pp.148-56
– ‘The Baptist Contribution to Early English Hymnody’, Baptist Quarterly 19 (1962), pp.195-208

Rex Mason
– ‘H. Wheeler Robinson Revisited’, Baptist Quarterly 37.5 (January 1998)

Peter J. Modern
– ‘Andrew Fuller and the Baptist Missionary Society’, Baptist Quarterly 41.3 (July 2005)
– ‘C. H. Spurgeon and Baptism Part 1: The Question of Baptismal Sacramentalism’, Baptist Quarterly 43.4 (October 2009)
– ‘C. H. Spurgeon and Baptism Part 2: The Importance of Baptism’, Baptist Quarterly 43.7 (July 2010)

One Response

  1. Hello, I am a born again Christian, missionary and researcher.
    I am looking specifically for a few examples of an “Order of Service” for a Sunday morning service in the 18th century. The time of Andrew Fuller etc.
    Was the Lord’s Prayer part of the service?
    Was there a reading of any early creeds?
    Did Deacons or deluders participate as fully as many do today?

    If you could help me with this I would be very appreciative.

    Yours in the Lord, Mark Turner

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