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Yesterday's Radicals

A Study of the Affinity between Unitarianism and Broad Church Anglicanism in the Nineteenth Century

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Yesterday's Radicals by D.G. Wigmore-Beddoes
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An analysis of the affinities between Unitarianism and the Broad Church movement within 19th century Anglicanism. Exploring new territory, the author demonstrates the growing respect between both groups and how they influenced each other. Awarded the Earl Morse Wilbur Prize for Historical Research

Author Biography

After teaching experience at a School of Art, a public school and several ministries in England, The Reverend Dennis G. Wigmore-Beddoes MA, FRSA, became Minister of The First Presbyterian Church, Belfast, in October 1968. He is Editor of The Modern Free Churchman.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2002
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
James Clarke & Co Ltd
Pages
188
Dimensions
144x222x16
ISBN-13
9780227170601
Product ID
2074949

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