British Baptist Historians 9: Faith Bowers

Sub-editor, Baptist Quarterly (1985-2014)


Called to the City: Three Ministers of Bloomsbury (London, 1989)

Opting Out in Victorian London: A school for the respectable poor, 1849-1870′, Baptist Quarterly (1992)

‘H. Howard Williams: Preacher, Pastor – Prophet without honour? The 1998 Benjamin Henton Lecture’, Baptist Quarterly (1998)

A Bold Experiment: The Story of Bloomsbury Chapel and Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 1848–1999 (London, 1999)

‘John H . Y. Briggs MA, FSA, FRHistS: An Appreciation’ inAnthony R. Cross (ed.), Ecumenism and History: Studies in Honour of John H. Y. Briggs (Paternoster, 2002)

‘New Structures for a Growing Family: The Baptist World Alliance in the 1970s’ in Pierard (ed.), Baptists Together in Christ (Baptist World Alliance, 2005)

‘Sunday Schools – a Family Passion’ in Stephen Orchard and John H. Y. Briggs (eds.), Sunday School Movement (Paternoster, 2007)

‘Centenary History of the Baptist Historical Society‘, Baptist Quarterly (2008)

‘Keeping the Home Fires Burning: Shoreditch Tabernacle in World War II’ Baptist Quarterly 43.2 (2009)

For God and the People: Baptist Deaconesses 1901-1905′, Baptist Quarterly (2010)

‘Prophets and Pietists: Differing Faces of Baptist Identity’ in Anthony R. Cross and Ruth Gouldbourne (eds.) Questions of Identity: Essays in Honour of Brian Haymes (Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, 2011)

‘Liberating Women for Baptist Ministry’, Baptist Quarterly (2014)

(ed.), Encountering London: London Baptists in the 21st Century (London, 2015)


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  1. Faith Bowers also co-edited and contributed to the recent book Encountering London: London Baptists in the 21st Century, London: London Baptist Association, 2015.

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