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The Resource Baptists, gospel, and culture : papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies, edited by William L. Pitts Jr. ; foreword by David Bebbington

Baptists, gospel, and culture : papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies, edited by William L. Pitts Jr. ; foreword by David Bebbington

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Baptists, gospel, and culture : papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies
Title
Baptists, gospel, and culture
Title remainder
papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by William L. Pitts Jr. ; foreword by David Bebbington
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eng
Summary
Baptists historically have shared common beliefs, including believer's baptism, congregational governance, and separation of church and state. But Baptists also demonstrate significant variety. This book addresses the question of why Baptists differ in various parts of the world. In order to document the diversities, this study has intentionally sought contributions from Baptist scholars across the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, eastern Europe, western Europe, and North America where Baptist presence is more common. Contributors include: David Bebbington, Terry Carter, Ivan Dias da Silva, Nathan Finn, Curtis Freeman, Rosalind Gooden, George Hancock-Stefan, Narola Imchen, Wado Kawthoolei, Adina Kelley, Samuel J. Kelley, Melody Maxwell, William L. Pitts Jr., Robert Pope, Constantine Prokhorov, Jake Raabe, David Rathel, Laine Scales, Stuart Sheehan, Malkhaz Songulashvilli, Brian Talbot, Valdis Teraudkalns, John Tucker, and Marina Xiaojing Wang
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YDX
Dewey number
286
Index
index present
LC call number
BX6206
LC item number
.I584 2018
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non fiction
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2018
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International Conference on Baptist Studies
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bibliography
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  • 1937-
  • 1949-
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  • Pitts, William Lee
  • Bebbington, David
  • Baylor University
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The James N. Griffith Series in Baptist Studies
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  • Baptists
  • Baptists
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Label
Baptists, gospel, and culture : papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies, edited by William L. Pitts Jr. ; foreword by David Bebbington
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Baptists in the United Kingdom
  • Baptists and the invention of culture in early nineteenth-century Wales
  • Robert Pope
  • Scottish Baptists and temperance, 1829-1929
  • Brian R. Talbot
  • Baptists in American culture
  • Baptists and American nativism, 1830-1860
  • Terry G. Carter
  • Baptists in the majority world
  • Baptist mission among Maori in New Zealand, 1840-1990
  • Part I
  • John Tucker
  • Saving "primitive" peoples: Southern Baptists' mission to the Yoruba, 1875-1905
  • Melody Maxwell
  • Zenana missionaries and cultural constraints in Colonial Bengal, 1880s-1930s
  • Rosalind Gooden
  • Women in Ao Naga society: The nineteenth-century missionary evaluation by Mary Mead Clark
  • Narola Imchen
  • The Baptist mission in Myanmar
  • Wado Kawthoolei
  • Part III
  • Early Baptists and their cultures (17th-18th centuries)
  • Baptists and culture in the modern world (20th-21st centuries)
  • Baptists in the United States
  • The big shift in the twentieth century: when God became a minority object of coporate worship among Southern Baptists
  • Stuart Sheehan
  • Rauschenbusch on Baptists, gospel, and culture
  • Bill Pitts -- The gospel and the city: four Baptist churches in twentieth-century New York City
  • George Hancock-Stefan
  • For the sake of the gospel: theological education for women at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, 1907-2007
  • T. Laine Scales
  • A Baptist at Yale: Kenneth Scott Latourette, faith, and the culture of the academy, 1921-1953
  • Roger Williams and the American conscience
  • Samuel J. Kelley
  • The "noblest career of all": housekeeping and the ideal of Southern Baptist domesticity, 1945-c.1960
  • Adina Kelley
  • Evangelical by conviction, Baptist by tradition: David Dockery's vision for Southern Baptist higher education
  • Nathan A. Finn
  • Toward and away from an electric church: Baptists in America and radio, film, and television
  • Jake Raabe
  • Baptists in Europe
  • The "Monastic way" of Russian Baptists and Eastern Orthodox culture, 1960-1990
  • Constantine Prokhorov
  • Curtis W. Freeman
  • Baptists in Georgia and Orthodox culture, 1944-2008
  • Malkhaz Songulashvilli
  • Against the tide: main features of Latvian Baptist interaction with culture, 1900-1915
  • Valdis Tēraudkalns
  • Baptists in the Majority World
  • "More Christian, more Chinese, and more efficient": Herman C. E. Liu and the University of Shanghai (1928-1938)
  • Marina Xiaojing Wang
  • Baptist warriors who changed the world: Latin America, the moral majority, and Reagan's foreign policy
  • Ivan Dias da Silva
  • Baptist theology in the age of enlightenment: contextualizing the stoeriological proposals of John Gill and Andrew Fuller
  • David Rathel
  • Part II
  • Baptist expansion throughout the world (19th century)
Control code
on1231957705
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiv, 439 pages
Isbn
9780881467895
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1231957705
Label
Baptists, gospel, and culture : papers from the eighth International Conference on Baptist Studies, edited by William L. Pitts Jr. ; foreword by David Bebbington
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Baptists in the United Kingdom
  • Baptists and the invention of culture in early nineteenth-century Wales
  • Robert Pope
  • Scottish Baptists and temperance, 1829-1929
  • Brian R. Talbot
  • Baptists in American culture
  • Baptists and American nativism, 1830-1860
  • Terry G. Carter
  • Baptists in the majority world
  • Baptist mission among Maori in New Zealand, 1840-1990
  • Part I
  • John Tucker
  • Saving "primitive" peoples: Southern Baptists' mission to the Yoruba, 1875-1905
  • Melody Maxwell
  • Zenana missionaries and cultural constraints in Colonial Bengal, 1880s-1930s
  • Rosalind Gooden
  • Women in Ao Naga society: The nineteenth-century missionary evaluation by Mary Mead Clark
  • Narola Imchen
  • The Baptist mission in Myanmar
  • Wado Kawthoolei
  • Part III
  • Early Baptists and their cultures (17th-18th centuries)
  • Baptists and culture in the modern world (20th-21st centuries)
  • Baptists in the United States
  • The big shift in the twentieth century: when God became a minority object of coporate worship among Southern Baptists
  • Stuart Sheehan
  • Rauschenbusch on Baptists, gospel, and culture
  • Bill Pitts -- The gospel and the city: four Baptist churches in twentieth-century New York City
  • George Hancock-Stefan
  • For the sake of the gospel: theological education for women at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, 1907-2007
  • T. Laine Scales
  • A Baptist at Yale: Kenneth Scott Latourette, faith, and the culture of the academy, 1921-1953
  • Roger Williams and the American conscience
  • Samuel J. Kelley
  • The "noblest career of all": housekeeping and the ideal of Southern Baptist domesticity, 1945-c.1960
  • Adina Kelley
  • Evangelical by conviction, Baptist by tradition: David Dockery's vision for Southern Baptist higher education
  • Nathan A. Finn
  • Toward and away from an electric church: Baptists in America and radio, film, and television
  • Jake Raabe
  • Baptists in Europe
  • The "Monastic way" of Russian Baptists and Eastern Orthodox culture, 1960-1990
  • Constantine Prokhorov
  • Curtis W. Freeman
  • Baptists in Georgia and Orthodox culture, 1944-2008
  • Malkhaz Songulashvilli
  • Against the tide: main features of Latvian Baptist interaction with culture, 1900-1915
  • Valdis Tēraudkalns
  • Baptists in the Majority World
  • "More Christian, more Chinese, and more efficient": Herman C. E. Liu and the University of Shanghai (1928-1938)
  • Marina Xiaojing Wang
  • Baptist warriors who changed the world: Latin America, the moral majority, and Reagan's foreign policy
  • Ivan Dias da Silva
  • Baptist theology in the age of enlightenment: contextualizing the stoeriological proposals of John Gill and Andrew Fuller
  • David Rathel
  • Part II
  • Baptist expansion throughout the world (19th century)
Control code
on1231957705
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiv, 439 pages
Isbn
9780881467895
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1231957705

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