Canadian Baptists at Worship: A Survey of Congregational Worship within The Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec

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Canadian Baptists at Worship: A Survey of Congregational Worship within The Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec
Abstract
An examination of the Canadian Baptist congregational worship as expressed within The Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec. The author studied the eighteenth and nineteenth century influences on Baptist worship in Upper and Lower Canada. These influences included the English Particular Baptists, the American Regular Baptists, the American Frontier Revivalists, and the Scottish Baptists. He then examines the twentieth century influences which included the Post-Revivalist tradition, the Formal Evangelical tradition, the Liturgical Renewal Movement, the contemporary Praise-and-Worship Movement, the Church Growth Movement, and Robert Webber's Convergence (Blended) worship style. The author concludes that historically Baptists in Ontario and Quebec were less influenced by the Frontier Revivalist style than their Baptist peers in the Maritimes and the Southern United States.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
McMaster Divinity College, McMaster University
Place
Hamilton, ON
Date
1998
Language
en
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Citation
Belzile, Michel R. “Canadian Baptists at Worship: A Survey of Congregational Worship within The Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec.” PhD dissertation, McMaster Divinity College, McMaster University, 1998. http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=8157&context=opendissertations.
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