British Baptist Historians 9: Ernest A. Payne

1940-1951 Tutor in Church History, Regent’s Park College, Oxford
1951-1967 – General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain

‘Some Impressions of Germany,’ Baptist Quarterly 4.3 (July 1928), 104-115.

Freedom in Jamaica: Some Chapters in the Story of the Baptist Missionary Society (Carey, 1933)

‘Anti-God Propaganda,’ Fraternal and Remembrancer 16 (Oct. 1934), 4-12.

‘Some Sidelights on Pearce and His Friends,’ Baptist Quarterly 7.6 (April 1935), 270-86.

‘An Elegy on Andrew Gifford’, Baptist Quarterly 9 (1938), 54-7

The Great Succession (Carey, 1938)

‘The Baptist Connections of George Dyer,’ Baptist Quarterly 10.5 (January 1941), 260-67.

‘The Development of Nonconformist Theological Education in the 19th Century, with special reference to Regent’s Park College’ in Ernest Payne (ed.), Studies in History and Religion (Lutterworth, 1942)

‘1792 and the Ministry To-day,’ Baptist Quarterly 11.3-4 (July & October 1942), 65-73.

The Church Awakes: The story of the modern missionary movement (Carey, 1942)

The Fellowship of Believers: Baptist Thought and Practice Yesterday and Today (SCM, 1944)

The Free Church Tradition in the Life of England (Carey Kingsgate, 1944)

Henry Wheeler Robinson: A Memoir (1946)

‘The Baptist Union 1897-1947,’ Baptist Quarterly 12.8 (October 1947), 267-74.

(trans.), Karl Barth, The Teaching of the Church Regarding Baptism (SCM, 1948)

The Anabaptists of the Sixteenth Century (Kingsgate, 1949)

‘Professor T. W. Manson on Baptism’, Scottish Journal of Theology 3 (1950)

‘A Theology For Baptist Advance,’ Fraternal 77 (July 1950), 27-30.

The Baptists of Berkshire (Carey Kingsgate, 1951)

‘Professor Oscar Cullmann on Baptism’, Baptist Quarterly 14.2 (April 1951), 56-60

‘Free Church Objections to Episcopacy’, Theology 54 (1951)

‘Eighteenth Century English Congregationalism as Exemplified in the Life and Work of Philip Doddridge’, Review and Expositor (1951)

James Henry Rushbrooke, 1870-1947: A Baptist Greatheart (Carey Kingsgate, 1954)

‘Baptists and the Laying on of Hands’, Baptist Quarterly 15.5 (January 1954), 203-15

‘Who were the Baptists?’, Baptist Quarterly 16 (1955-6)

‘John Howard Shakespeare’ in A. S. Clement (ed.), Baptists Who Made History (Carey Kingsgate, 1955), 126-36.

‘The Ministry in Historical Perspective,’ Baptist Quarterly 17.6 (1958)

The Baptist Union. A Short History (Baptist Union, 1958)

‘Baptists and the Ecumenical Movement,’ Baptist Quarterly 18.6 (April 1960)

‘Toleration and Establishment: A Historical Outline’ in From Uniformity to Unity, 1662-1962 (SPCK, 1962)

Veteran Warrior: A memoir of B. Grey Griffith (BU, 1962)

‘The Free Church Tradition and Worship’ Baptist Quarterly 21.2 (April 1965), 9-13

Free Churchmen: Unrepentant & Repentant and other Papers (Carey Kingsgate, 1965)

‘Baptists in Post-War Britain,’ Fraternal 145 (July. 1967), 20-30.

‘H.H. Rowley (1890-1969),’ Fraternal 155 (Jan 1970), 9-12

Thirty years of the British Council of Churches, 1942-1972 (British Council of Churches, 1972)

Out of great tribulation : Baptists in the U.S.S.R (BU, 1974)

‘Baptists and Initiation’, Baptist Quarterly 26.4 (October 1975), 147-57

‘The Rise and Decline of Downs Chapel, Clapton’, Baptist Quarterly 27.1 (January 1977), 34-44

‘John Oliver Barrett: An Appreciation,’ Fraternal 183 (April 1978), 27-30.

‘The Down Grade Controversy: A Postscript’, Baptist Quarterly 28 (1979)

‘The Baptist Church near the Barbican’, Baptist Quarterly 39 (2001), 132-45

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