North American Baptist Theologians: Mikael Broadway

The Ways of Zion Mourned: A Historicist Critique of the Discourses of Church-State Relations (PhD, Duke 1993)

with Stanley Hauerwas, ‘The Irony of Reinhold Niebhur: The Ideological Character of ‘Christian Realism’, Stanley Hauerwas, Wilderness Wanderings (SCM, 1997)

‘Bibliography of McClendon’s writings’, Perspectives in Religious Studies 27.1 (2000)

‘Preaching what we practice: churches confessing the whole gospel’, Perspectives in Religious Studies (2002)

“Is it Not the Communion of the Body of Christ?”, Review and Expositor 100.3 (2003)

‘The Roots of Baptists in Community, and therefore, Voluntary Membership not Individualism, or, the High-Flying Modernist, Stripped of his Ontological Assumptions, Appears to Hold the Ecclesiology of a Yaho’ in Anthony R. Cross and Philip E. Thompson (eds.), Recycling the Past or Researching History? (Paternoster, 2005)

‘Come now let us argue it out’, Review and Expositor (2015)

‘Grinding the face of the poor’ Review and Expositor (2019)




Journeying to Justice

Journeying to Justice edited by Anthony G. Reddie with Wale Hudson-Roberts and Gale Richards (Paternoster, 2017)

Preface – Neville Callam

Introduction – Anthony G. Reddie

Baptists and Emancipation in Jamaica – Noel Leo Erskine

Black British History: A Critical Reappraisal – Paul Walker

Reflections on the Atlanta trip and its legacy – Dave Walker

25th Anniversary Ordination – Johnathan Hemmings

In Search of Freedom – Karl E. Henlin

Legacies of the Transatlantic Slave Trade – David Shosanya

The Apology: A Journey towards Justice – Wale Hudson-Roberts

A White Guy Talks ‘Race’ – Steve Latham

The Journey: the Research Process – Graham Sparkes

Reflections on the Implications of the Journey – Gale Richards

Sivakumar Rajagopalan – Understanding Baptist resistance to owning the Apology and as a tool to own and en-flesh the Apology

Sisters with Voices: A Study of the experiences and challenges faced by Black Women in London Baptist Association Church Ministry Settings – Michele Mahon

Abolition, Diasporan Memory and the Curious Invisibility of am Sharpe from the Baptist Centenary Historiography – R. David Muir

Reparations: A call to fulfil the promise of education made by Baptists to the enslaved and their descendants through the 1835 Negro Education Grant – Doreen Morrison

Martin Luther King, Jr. – Dwight N. Hopkins

An Ongoing Apology – Richard Kidd

Developing Multi-Ethnically minded Leaders – Malcolm Patten

The Passion of the New Generations – Rhea Russell Cartwright

Mrs Ferguson – Tim Judson

Leadership Perspectives with Baptists Together – Lynn Green

Reflections on the Bicentenary of the Relationship between BUGB, BMS and the JBU and on the reaction to the delivery the Apology to the JBU from a Jamaican Perspective – Karl B. Johnson and Merlyn Hyde-Riley

Monographs in Baptist History

Pure Worship: The Early English Baptist Distinctive by Matthew Ward

The Beginning of Baptist Ecclesiology: The Foundational Contributions of Thomas Helwys by Marvin Jones

To Follow the Lambe Wheresoever He Goeth: The Ecclesial Polity of the English Calvinistic Baptists 1640-1660 by Ian Birch

Dan Taylor (1738-1816), Baptist Leader and Pioneering Evangelical by Richard Pollard

The Love of God Holds Creation Together: Andrew Fuller’s Theology of Virtue by Ryan P. Hoselton

Zealous for the Lord: The Life and Thought of the Seventeenth-Century Baptist Hanserd Knollys by Denis C. Bustin and Barry H. Howson

Christ Exalted: Pastoral Writings of Hanserd Knollys with an Essay on His Eschatological Thought by Barry H. Howson

Glory to the Three Eternal: Tercentennial Essays on the Life and Writings of Benjamin Beddome (1718-1795) edited by Michael A. G. Haykin et al

Renewing a Modern Denomination: A Study of Baptist Instutional Life in the 1990s by Andy Goodliff