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Author: Robert Pope
ISBN: 0708315682
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Pages 194 pages
Publisher University of Wales Press (November 18, 1999)
Language English
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eBook Seeking God's Kingdom: The Non-Conformist Social Gospel in Wales 1906-1939 (University of Wales - Bangor History of Religion) download

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Seeking God's Kingdom book. Hardcover, 194 pages. Published November 18th 1999 by University of Wales Press.

Seeking God's Kingdom book. Seeking God's Kingdom: The Non-Conformist Social Gospel in Wales 1906-1939 (University of Wales - Bangor History of Religion). 0708315682 (ISBN13: 9780708315682).

Robert Pope Seeking God's Kingdom: The Non-Conformist Social . Publisher: University of Wales Press, 1999 Robert Pope is a reader in theology at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Robert Pope Seeking God's Kingdom: The Non-Conformist Social Gospel in Wales 1906-1939 (University of Wales - Bangor History of Religion). ISBN 13: 9780708315682. Publisher: University of Wales Press, 1999. Robert Pope is a reader in theology at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. He is the author of Building Jerusalem: Labour, Nonconformity and the Social Question in Wales, 1906-1939, also published by University of Wales Press.

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Seeking God's kingdom. the nonconformist social gospel in Wales, 1906-1939. Published 1999 by University of Wales Press in Cardiff. History, Theology, Liberalism (Religion), Church and social problems.

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Robert Pope, Seeking God's Kingdom: The Nonconformist Social Gospel in Wales 1906-1939 (University of Wales Press)I. Casaubon (talk) 20:37, 25 May 2011 (UTC). Casaubon (talk) 15:50, 26 May 2011 (UTC). In improving this article, it will be important to include the many sources that use the institutions older names, including Evangelical Theological College of Wales.

Publisher: University of Wales Press (8 De. Yet the relationship between organised religion and socialism was often strained to say the least. This handsomely produced volume by Dr Robert Pope of the School of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales, Bangor, is the thirteenth in the 'Studies in Welsh History Series' published by the University of Wales Press, and it examines the complex relationship between Welsh nonconformity and the socialist movement between 1906 and 1939.

Christianity is the largest religion in Wales. Until 1920 the established church was Anglican, although Wales has a strong tradition of nonconformism and Methodism. Most adherents to organised religion in Wales follow the Church in Wales or other Christian denominations such as the Presbyterian Church of Wales, Catholicism, Baptist and Methodist churches, and Eastern Orthodoxy.

Robert Pope is a reader in theology at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Building Jerusalem: Nonconformity, Labour and the Social Question in Wales, 1906-1939 13. cilt/Studies in Welsh history 13. cilt/Writers of Wales.

The years between 1906 and 1939 in Europe were characterized by a concern, expressed in political, economic, and religious terms, about the social conditions that had resulted from more than a century of industrialization. This concern found a unique expression in the context of Welsh Nonconformity, a Protestant revivalist movement that rejected the authority of the established Church of England. Seeking God’s Kingdom examines the work of Welsh Nonconformity’s four main protagonists of social thinking: David Miall Edwards, Thomas Rees, Herbert Morgan, and John Morgan Jones. It explores the ways in which they were influenced by European intellectual and philosophical ideas, showing how religion was reinterpreted by them to promote social improvement and assessing the strengths and weaknesses of their approach.   This is a comprehensive and compelling study of liberal theology’s attempt to come to terms with the demands and challenges of an industrialized society. This edition includes a new preface and updated bibliography and endnotes.