'A Distinctive People' Brian R. Talbot (ed.)
A Thematic Study of Aspects of the Witness of
Baptists in Scotland in the Twentieth Century
Orders to be sent to Rev Brian Talbot, 33 Kilmaron Loan, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 3TD. Cost is £20 + £2 for post and packing. cheques made payable to 'Brian Talbot'.
Edward Burrows, The distinctive contribution to Scottish Baptist life by key leaders of the Baptist Union; Derek Murray, Baptist laymen in the life of the denomination; Christine Lumsden, The place of women in Scottish Baptist life; Brian Talbot, Scottish Baptists and their Relationships with other Baptist Churches, 1900-1945; Watson Moyes, Scottish Baptist Ecumenical Relations in the Twentieth
Century; Kenneth Roxburgh, Theological developments among Twentieth Century Scottish Baptists; Alasdair Black, Experiences of the Holy Spirit amongst Scottish Baptists in the Twentieth Century; Neil Allison, Changing attitudes to War in the Twentieth Century; Brian Talbot, Scottish Baptist Home Mission work in Twentieth Century Scotland; Derek Murray, Scottish Baptists and Social Action
‘This is a splendid volume, covering crucial areas of Scottish Baptist life in the Twentieth-Century. I am delighted to commend the work.’ Ian Randall, Spurgeon’s College, London.
‘This thoroughly researched and engagingly written set of essays will be of keen interest, not just
to Scottish Baptists, but also to all those concerned with the changing place of Christian belief and
practice in Twentieth-Century Scottish society.’ Brian Stanley, University of Edinburgh
‘This volume provides a wealth of new information and insight into Scottish Baptist life and thought,
and hopefully will stimulate further research in this and other areas of Baptist life and thought.’
Anthony R. Cross, University of Oxford.
Brian R. Talbot is Minister, Broughty Ferry Baptist Church; Tutor, Greenwich School of Theology &
Extraordinary Associate Professor, Department of Theology, North-West University, South Africa