Religion and National Identity

Scotland and Wales c.1700-2000

Edited by Robert Pope

Religion and National Identity

Edited by Robert Pope

Distributed for University of Wales Press

© 2001
Cloth $30.00 ISBN: 9780708316627 Published July 2005 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

Editor’s Foreword
Notes on Contributors

Robert Pope
1. ‘The New Birth of a People’: Welsh Language and Identity and the Welsh Methodists, c.1740-1820
E. Wyn James
2. ‘Thou Bold Champion, Where art Thou?’: Howell Harris and the Issue of Welsh Identity
Geraint Tudur
3. ‘Preaching Second to No Other Under the Sun’: Edward Mattews, the Nonconformist Pulpit and Welsh Identity during the Mid-Nineteenth Century
W. P. Griffith
4. In Pursuit of a Welsh Episcopate
Roger L. Brown
5. Welsh Nationalism and Anglo-Catholicism: The Politics and Religion of J. Arthur Price (1861-1942)
Frances Knight
6. Continuity and Conversion: The Concept of a National Church in Twentieth-Century Wales and its Relation to ‘the Celtic Church’
Trystan Owain Hughes
7. ‘The Essence of Welshness’? : Some Aspects of Christian Faith and National Identity in Wales, c. 1900-2000
D. Densil Morgan
8. Civic Religious Identities and Responses to Prominent Deaths in Cardiff and Edinburgh, 1847-1910
John Wolffe
9. The Fluctuating Fortunes of ‘Old Mortality’: Identity, Religion and Scottish Society
Douglas Ansdell
10. Revival: An Aspect of Scottish Religious Identity
Kenneth B. E. Roxburgh
11. Unity and Disunity: The Scotch Baptists, 1765-1842
Brian Talbot
14. ‘Our Mother and Our Country’: The Integration of Religious and National Identity in the Thought of Edward Irving (1792-1834)
Liam Upton
15. The Formation of a British Identity within Scottish Catholicism, 1830-1914
Bernard Aspinwall
16. The Language of Heaven?: The Highland Churches, Culture Shift and the Erosion of Gaelic Identity in the Twentieth Century
Donald E. Meek

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