12. Mark Burden, ‘Reformation Principles and the Puritan Church Books of the 1650s’ (Dissenting Experience, 26 September 2016)


Previous articles are available by following the links below:

1. Mark Burden, ‘What is a Dissenting Church Book?’ (Dissenting Experience, 7 September 2015)

2. Mark Burden, ‘Church Books and their Copies’ (Dissenting Experience, 5 October 2015)

3. Joel Halcomb, ‘ “Ranter” Women in Revolutionary Norwich’ (Dissenting Experience, 8 November 2015)

4. Mark Burden, ‘What Did Seventeenth-Century Dissenters Call Themselves? Evidence from Early Church Books’ (Dissenting Experience, 3 December 2015)

5. Mark Burden, ‘Lucy Hutchinson and Baptist Confessions of Faith’ (Dissenting Experience, 30 December 2015)

6. Mark Burden, ‘Sabbatarianism, Literary Form, and the Lothbury Square Church Book (1652-4)’ (Dissenting Experience, 12 February 2016)

7. Mark Burden, ‘Forgotten Voices from the Lothbury Square Church Book: Baptist Wives and their Jewish Christian Husbands’ (Dissenting Experience, 18 February 2016)

8. Mark Burden, ‘The Church Records of White’s Alley, London – (1) – Principles and Pastors’ (Dissenting Experience, 9 May 2016)

9. Mark Burden, ‘The Church Records of White’s Alley, London – (2) – Disciplinary Cases and the Interpretation of Non-Attendance Figures’ (Dissenting Experience, 12 June 2016)

10. Mark Burden, ‘The Church Records of White’s Alley, London – (3) – Appendix: Table of Disciplinary Cases’ (Dissenting Experience, 12 June 2016)

11. Rachel Adcock, ‘A Spur to Lukewarm Spirits: The “Proceedings Book of Meetings in East Devon, Chiefly at Loughwood, 1653-1795″‘ (Dissenting Experience, 19 September 2016)

2 thoughts on “Articles”

  1. I like the blog on White’s Alley church records.

    I am researching the Chatham Baptist congregation and have found strong links between them and several London congregations.

    I would like to consult the White’s Alley records. Can you advise where they are held?

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