Thursday, 3 May 2012

Review of Questions of Identity

The latest Regent's Reviews also contains a fine review by Neil Brighton of Questions of Identity, the festschrift produced for Brian Haymes' 70th birthday and edited by Ruth Gouldbourne and Anthony Cross (in which I have a chapter).

Neil writes:

"This excellent collection of essays, written in honour of Brian Haymes, is an example of health in contemporary Baptist life. Most of the essays are by Baptist scholars, some of whom are in pastorate and others in academic roles, with helpful contributions from the Mennonite Alan Kreider and Anglican Christopher Rowland.

"Whether you are a Baptist or an Anglican, with Anabaptist sympathies, academic leanings or simply someone who wants to think about what it means to be part of the church of Christ this is a book which is worth the read."

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