Contesting Catholicity: Theology for Other Baptists. Author's Response

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2015-12-01

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10.1017/hor.2015.104

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Freeman, CW (2015). Contesting Catholicity: Theology for Other Baptists. Author's Response. Horizons, 42(2). pp. 443–449. 10.1017/hor.2015.104 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/25985.

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Curtis W. Freeman

Research Professor of Theology and Baptist Studies

Curtis W. Freeman is research professor of theology and Baptist studies and Ruth D. Duncan Director of the Baptist House of Studies and Research Professor of Theology and Baptist Studies. His research and teaching explores areas of Free Church theology and religious dissent.

His most recent books are Pilgrim Letters: Instruction in the Basic Teaching of Christ (Fortress Press 2021) and Pilgrim Journey: Instruction in the Mystery of the Gospel (Fortress Press 2023). His earlier books include Undomesticated Dissent: Democracy and the Public Virtue of Religious Noncomformity (Baylor University Press, 2017), Contesting Catholicity: Theology for Other Baptists (Baylor University Press, 2014), A Company of Women Preachers: Baptist Prophetesses in Seventeenth-Century England (Baylor University Press, 2011), and Baptist Roots: A Reader in the Theology of a Christian People (Judson Press, 1999). He is an ordained Baptist minister and serves as editor of the American Baptist Quarterly and serves on the Baptist World Alliance Commission on Doctrine and Christian Unity.


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