Dance or Die: The Shaping of Estonian Baptist Identity under Communism by Toivo Pilli (Vol 37, SBHT, Paternoster, 2008)

Foreword – Ian M. Randall

Chapter 1: introduction

PART ONE: External Pressures on Identity
Chapter 2: Adjusting to New Patterns: 1945-1959

Chapter 3: From a Thunderstorm to Still Life: 1959-1972

Chapter 4: Light at the end of the Tunnel: 1972-1985

Chapter 5: Opening Doors: 1985-1991

PART TWO: Internal Dynamics of Identity
Chapter 6: Ecclesiological Perspectives: Unity out of Diversity

Chapter 7: Word and Spirit: A Creative Tension

Chapter 8: A Common Goal: Evangelism and Mission

Chapter 9: Bearing Fruit: Challenges in Ethics

Chapter 10: Conclusion


Challenging to Change: Dialogues with a Radical Baptist Theologian: Essays Presented to Dr Nigel G. Wright on his sixtieth birthday, edited by Pieter J. Lalleman (Spurgeon’s, 2009)

Introduction – David Coffey

‘Baptists “Relating and Resourcing” in difficult times: A historical perspective’ – Raymond Brown

‘New birth from Water and Spirit’ – Alastair Campbell

‘The Coherence of freedom: Can Church or State ever be Truly Free?’ – John Colwell

‘Being a minister: spirituality and the pastor’ – Chris Ellis

‘”The leadership of some …”: Baptist ministers as leaders?’ – Rob Ellis

‘Something will come of nothing: on A Theology of the Dark Side’ – Paul S. Fiddes

‘Inclusive representation revisited’ – Paul Goodliff

‘The radical ecclesiology of Nigel Wright’ – Steve Holmes

‘Church planting, peace and the ecclesial minimum’ – Stuart Murray

‘Part of a Movement: Nigel Wright and Baptist Life’ – Ian Randall

‘When Wright was right’ – Tom Smail

‘The Radical Evangelical: A Critical Appreciation’ – Derek Tidball

‘Crown rights of the Redeemer’ – Pat Took

The European Baptist Federation: A Case Study in European Interdependency 1950-2006 by Keith G. Jones (Vol 43, SBHT, Paternoster, 2009)

Foreword – Ian M. Randall

Chapter 1: Baptists and Interdependency

Chapter 2: ‘Beyond the Local’: The Ecclesiological Basis of the European Baptist Federation

Chapter 3: The Ecumenical Dimension

Chapter 4: The International Baptist Theological Seminary

Chapter 5: A Focus of Unity – General Secretaries

Chapter 6: Partnership in Mission: Inter-Continental Mission Work from the USA

Chapter 7: Mission in the World

Chapter 8: The Ecclesial Reality of European Baptists

Appendix: EBF Presidents 1950-2009

Pulpit and People: Studies in Eighteenth-Century Baptist Life and Thought edited by John H. Y. Briggs (Vol 28 SBHT, Paternoster, 2009)

Foreword – D. Densil Morgan

Chapter 1: The Changing Pattern of Baptist Life in the Eighteenth Century – John H. Y. Briggs

Chapter 2: Benjamin Keach (1640-1704): Tailor Turned Preacher – Austin Walker

Chapter 3: Stogdon, Foster, and Bulkeley: Variations on an Eighteenth-Century Theme – Stephen Copson

Chapter 4: James Fanch (1704-1767): The Spiritual Counsel of an Eighteenth-Century Baptist Pastor – Karen E. Smith

Chapter 5: Gilbert Boyce: General Baptist Messenger and Opponent of John Wesley – Clive Jarvis

Chapter 6: Benjamin Beddome (1717-1795): His Life and his Hymns – Michael Haykin

Chapter 7: Daniel Turner and a Theology of the Church Universal – Paul S. Fiddes

Chapter 8: Andrew Fuller and The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation – Peter J. Modern

Chapter 9: Caleb Evans and the Anti-Slavery Question – Roger Hayden

Chapter 10: Martha Gurney and William Fox: Baptist Printer and Radical Reformer, 1791-1794