Scottish Christianity in the Modern World: In Honour of A. C. Cheyne
T&T Clark 2000
A new and wide-ranging study of Christianity in Scotland, from the eighteenth century to the present. The contributors include D. W. D. Shaw, Ian Campbell, Kenneth Fielding, William Ferguson, Barbara MacHaffie, Peter Matheson, John McCaffrey, Owen Chadwick, David Thompson, Keith Robbins, Andrew Ross, Stewart J. Brown, and George Newlands.
Topics encompass varieties of unbelief, challenges to the Westminster confession, John Baillie, Queen Victoria and the Church of Scotland, the Scottish ecumenical movement, the disestablishment movement, and Presbyterian-Catholic relations.
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- Introduction by the editors
- Essays in modern, mainly Scottish, religious and social history
- Title: Scottish Christianity in the Modern World: In Honour of A. C. Cheyne
- Editors: Stewart J. Brown and George Newlands
- Publisher: T & T Clark
- Publication Date: 2001
- Pages: 336
About the Editors
Stewart J. Brown is a professor of Ecclesiastical history and the dean of the faculty of Divinity at University of Edinburgh.
George Newlands is a professor of theology at University of Glasgow.