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Anglican Evangelicals: Protestant Secessions from the Via Media, c. 1800–1850
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Anglican Evangelicals: Protestant Secessions from the Via Media, c. 1800–1850


Oxford University Press 2001

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Anglican Evangelicals examines the major themes and personalities that influenced the outbreak of a number of Evangelical secessions from the Church of England and Ireland during the first half of the nineteenth century. These secessions highlight the tension that existed between the evangelical conversionist imperative and the principles of a national religious establishment.

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Key Features

  • Explores the complexities of Evangelicalism
  • Studies the period between 1800 and 1850
  • Summarizes some of the impulses for secession visible in the late eighteenth century
  • Examines clerical secessions and attitudes towards the church


  • Evangelicals and the Established Church
  • The Impulse to Secession
  • Thomas Kelly and John Walker, and the Revival of ‘Apostolic’ Practices within Irish Evangelicalism
  • The Western Schism
  • English Millennialism: The English Prophetic Movement and the Albury ‘Apostles’
  • Irish Millennialism: The Irish Prophetic Movement and the Origins of the Plymouth Brethren
  • The Oxford Seceders
  • Evangelicals and Tractarians: Baptist Noel and the Evangelical Response to the Gorham Affair
  • The Case of the Reverend James Shore

Product Details

  • Title: Anglican Evangelicals: Protestant Secessions from the Via Media, c. 1800–1850
  • Author: Grayson Carter
  • Series: Oxford Theological Monographs
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 488

About Grayson Carter

Grayson Carter is an associate professor of church history, primarily serving Fuller Seminary Southwest, and has taught at Fuller since 2002. Prior to that he served as a chaplain and tutor for theology at Brasenose College, Oxford, and taught in the Department of Religion at Methodist University in North Carolina.

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