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)

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