The Search for a Common Identity Paperback

The Origins of the Baptist Union of Scotland 1800-1870

by Brian R. Talbot;


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The Search for a Common Identity

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In the period 1800 to 1827 there were three streams of Baptists in Scotland: Scotch, Haldaneite and 'English' Baptist.

A strong commitment to home evangelization brought these three bodies closer together, leading to a merger of their home missionary societies in 1827. However, the first three attempts to form a union of churches failed, but by the 1860s a common understanding of their corporate identity was attained leading to the establishment of the Baptist Union of Scotland.

The Search for a Common Identity by Brian R. Talbot was published by Paternoster Press in October 2003 and is our 53035th best seller. The ISBN for The Search for a Common Identity is 9781842271230.

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Page last updated 19th September 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherPaternoster Press (October 2003)
Weight505g
Number of Pages404
Thickness25 mm
Height152 mm
Width228 mm
ISBN9781842271230
ISBN-101842271237
Product Code33338
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