Aspects of Congregationalism in South-Eastern Australia, circa 1880 to 1930
The Congregational churches in south-eastern Australia between 1880 and 1930 were institutions under stress. From about 1890 the number of Congregational adherents decreased, largely in consequence of weak denominational attachment and a failure to build new churches in rapidly-growing districts. The doctrinal consensus which had characterized the denomination in the 1870's disintegrated. This change in turn accelerated the slackening of church involvement, which accompanied a revolt against...[Show more]
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