The Free Church in Victorian Canada, 1844-1861

The Free Church in Victorian Canada, 1844-1861

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Drawing on a wide range of church records, pamphlets, private papers, and periodicals, Richard Vaudry has written an authoritative study of the formation and development of the Free Church in mid-Victorian Canada. He traces the institutional development of the denomination, its intellectual life, and its attitudes to contemporary political and social questions and describes, another subjects, missionary activity, theological education, worship, and the denomination's union with the United Presbyterian Synod in 1861. This important work depicts a progressive church where men such as George Brown, Isaac Buchanan, and John Redpath could all find a home. The author argues that undergirding the life of the Free Church was an evangelical-Calvinist world view which determined the shape and direction of its activities. His book illuminates an important facet of the religious and intellectual relationship between Scotland and Canada, and should be of interest to students and scholars of Canadian and Church history.

Publisher: Waterloo, Ont. : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, c1989
ISBN: 9780889209794
0889209790
Branch Call Number: REF 285.271 Vau 3558
Characteristics: xvi, 183 p. ;,24 cm

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