‘Communion with Christ and his people': The Spirituality of C. H. Spurgeon by Peter J. Morden (CBHHS Vol.5; Regent’s Park College, 2010)

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Puritan Piety: ‘A Calvinistic creed and a Puritanic morality’

Chapter 3: Evangelical Conversionism: ‘Dear spot of ground where Jesus met us! Dear hour which brought us to his feet!’

Chapter 4: Baptism and the Baptists: ‘I firmly believe … that baptism is the command of Christ’

Chapter 5: The Bible: ‘O Living Christ, make this a living word to me’

Chapter 6: Prayer: ‘Earnest prayer is the most potent means of winning continued commmunion’

Chapter 7: The Lord’s Supper: ‘By faith, I see our Lord standing in our midst’

Chapter 8: Activism: ‘A Christian sluggard! Is there such a thing? A Christian man on half time?’

Chapter 9: Holiness: ‘Oh to be Christly! We do desire to live on earth the life of Jesus …’

Chapter 10: Suffering: ‘Certain of¬†us have had large fellowship with the Lord Jesus in affliction’

Chapter 11:¬†Conclusion: ‘Love Christ and live Christ; think of Christ and speak of Christ’

Under the Rule of Christ: Dimensions of Baptist Spirituality, edited by Paul S. Fiddes (Regent’s Study Guide 14; Smyth & Helwys, 2008)

1. Baptists and Spirituality: a Rule of Life – Paul S. Fiddes and Stephen Finamore

2. Spirituality as Attentiveness: Stillness and Journey – Paul S. Fiddes

3. Spirituality as Suffering: a Defining Experience – Richard Kidd

4. Spirituality as Discipleship: the Anabaptist Heritage – Nigel Wright

5. Spirituality and Scripture: the Rule of the Word

6. Spirituality in Everyday Life: the View from the Table – John Weaver

7. Spirituality in Mission: Gathering and Grace – Christopher Ellis

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