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Alistair J. Cuthbert Susan Stevenson Ian Randall Lina Toth Peter Stevenson Andrea Klimt Peter Penner Fran Porter Scott Kohler Arthur Brown Henrikas Žukauskas Pieter G. Kalkman

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Paul S. Fiddes, Iris Murdoch and The Others: A Writer in Dialogue with Theology (London: T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, 2022), 220 pages. ISBN: 9780567703347.


Hannah Malcolm (ed.), Words for a Dying World: Stories of Grief and Courage from the Global World (London: SCM Press, 2020), 212 pages. ISBN: 9870334059868.


Brian R. Talbot, Building on a Common Foundation: The Baptist Union of Scotland, 1869-2019. Foreword by David W. Bebbington (Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2021), 426 pages. ISBN: 9781725298675.


Nicola Slee, Fragments for Fractured Times: What Feminist Practical Theology Brings to the Table (London: SCM, 2020), 274 pages. ISBN: 9780334059080.


Jonas Kurlberg and Peter M. Phillips (eds), Missio Dei in a Digital Age (London: SCM Press, 2020), 274 pages. ISBN: 9780334059110.


Steve Aisthorpe, Rewilding the Church (Edinburgh: Saint Andrew Press, 2020), 144 pages. ISBN: 9780715209813.


Andrey Kravtsev, Russian Baptist Mission Theology in Historical and Contemporary Perspective (Carlisle, Cumbria: Langham Monographs, 2019), 336 pages. ISBN: 9781783687473.


Ksenija Magda, Blessing the Curse? A Biblical Approach for Restoring Relationships in the Church (Carlisle, Cumbria: Langham Global Library, 2020), 253 pages. ISBN: 9781783687923.


C. Douglas Weaver, Baptists and the Holy Spirit: The Contested History with Holiness-Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2019), 573 pages. ISBN: 9781481310062.


John Swinton and Brian Brock (eds), A Graceful Embrace: Theological Reflections on Adopting Children (Leiden: Brill, 2018), 248 pages. ISBN: 9789004352896.


Paul S. Fiddes, Brian Haymes, and Richard L. Kidd, Communion, Covenant, and Creativity: an Approach to the Communion of Saints through the Arts (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2020), 210 pages. ISBN: 9781532668630.


Miranda Klaver, Stefan Paas and Eveline van Staalduine Sulman (eds), Evangelicals and Sources of Authority (Amsterdam VU University Press, 2016), 293 pages. ISBN: 9789086597352.

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Alistair J. Cuthbert

Revd Alistair J. Cuthbert is minister of Falkirk Baptist Church in central Scotland. He is currently completing his PhD in systematic theology at the University of St Andrews. His thesis is a systematic theology of divine and spiritual conflict in dialogue with Paul S. Fiddes.

Susan Stevenson

Revd Susan Stevenson has served as minister in Baptist churches in South London and South Wales and also as Regional Minister with the South Wales Baptist Association, BUGB.

Ian Randall

Dr Ian Randall is a Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide and a Senior Research Fellow at IBTS Amsterdam.

Lina Toth

Revd Dr Lina Toth is assistant principal and lecturer in Practical Theology at the Scottish Baptist College. She is a Senior Research Fellow at IBTS Amsterdam.

Peter Stevenson

Revd Dr Peter Stevenson is a Senior Research Fellow at Spurgeon’s College. He was formerly Principal of South Wales Baptist College, Cardiff.

Andrea Klimt

Prof. Dr Andrea Klimt is professor of practical theology with a focus on pastoral care, catechetics, and pastoral theology. She is working at the Baptist Theological Seminary in Elstal, Germany, and lives in Vienna, Austria.

Peter Penner

Dr Peter Penner is involved in the Eurasian Accrediting Association where he is responsible for Advanced Studies. He has earned a DTh and Dr habil in Missiology and is a lecturer and researcher in missiology.

Fran Porter

Dr Fran Porter is Senior Research Fellow and Chair of Academic Oversight
Committee at IBTS Amsterdam.

Scott Kohler

Revd Scott Kohler, a doctoral student at IBTS Amsterdam, is pastor of Gentle Shepherd Community Church in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and an Adjunct Lecturer at Acadia Divinity College, Wolfville, Nova Scotia in Canada.

Arthur Brown

Revd Dr Arthur Brown is Director for Mission, BMS World Mission, having previously served with BMS in Lebanon at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary. His professional and academic background is in the area of youth and community ministry, mission, and practical theology.

Henrikas Žukauskas

Dr Henrikas Žukauskas is a pastor in Vilnius New Testament Baptist church, Lithuania, and a Research Fellow at IBTS Amsterdam.

Pieter G. Kalkman

Pieter Kalkman (based in Prague) is Global Servant (Missionary) with the American
Baptist International Ministries for the co ordination of their volunteers to the EBF.
He is a doctoral student at Acadia Seminary, Canada.