A Short Introduction to the Westminster Assembly and Its Work - Ward, Rowland S - 9780648539940

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  • 132 Pages
  • Publisher: Tulip Publishing
  • Publication Date: December 2019
  • ISBN: FWARD_ROS___ASHORTINTRODUCTIONTO9780648539940

A Short Introduction to the Westminster Assembly and Its Work

Ward, Rowland S

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What was the Westminster Assembly? Why was it important? What did they achieve?

With artful precision, Presbyterian Scholar, Rowland S. Ward (Co-author of Scripture and Worship with Richard A. Muller), not only firmly provides the answers to these questions, but entrenches the readers with a deeper appreciation of both the Assembly and its achievements.

About the Author

Rowland S. Ward was born and raised in Melbourne. He holds the BA and Hons BTh degrees from the University of South Africa, and the Diploma of the Free Church of Scotland College, Edinburgh (which he attended 1972-75). In 1994 he was awarded the degree ThD from the Australian College of Theology, Sydney for his dissertation on “Divisions and Unions in Australian Presbyterianism 1823-1901 with Special Reference to the Church’s Attitude to its Creed”.

Brought up in the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, Rowland moved to the Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia in 1968 due to the widespread liberalism of the PCV at that time. Rowland is Church History and Research Lecturer at the Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne.

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Publisher's Description

What was the Westminster Assembly? Why was it important? What did they achieve?

With artful precision, Presbyterian Scholar, Rowland S. Ward (Co-author of Scripture and Worship with Richard A. Muller), not only firmly provides the answers to these questions, but entrenches the readers with a deeper appreciation of both the Assembly and its achievements.

About the Author

Rowland S. Ward was born and raised in Melbourne. He holds the BA and Hons BTh degrees from the University of South Africa, and the Diploma of the Free Church of Scotland College, Edinburgh (which he attended 1972-75). In 1994 he was awarded the degree ThD from the Australian College of Theology, Sydney for his dissertation on “Divisions and Unions in Australian Presbyterianism 1823-1901 with Special Reference to the Church’s Attitude to its Creed”.

Brought up in the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, Rowland moved to the Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia in 1968 due to the widespread liberalism of the PCV at that time. Rowland is Church History and Research Lecturer at the Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne.

  • Cover Type:
  • 132 Pages
  • Publisher: Tulip Publishing
  • Publication Date: December 2019
  • ISBN: FWARD_ROS___ASHORTINTRODUCTIONTO9780648539940