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The Church of Ireland and the third Home Rule Bill
an artist; the claims made at intervals are nowhere thoroughly tested. The book informatively expands on, but does not really change, the sense of the artist put forward by O’Sullivan in herExpand
PRESBYTERIAN RELIGION, HISTORIOGRAPHY, AND ULSTER SCOTS IDENTITY, c. 1800 TO 1914
  • A. Holmes
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
  • 4 August 2009
ABSTRACT The links between Presbyterians in Scotland and the north of Ireland are obvious but have been largely ignored by historians of the nineteenth century. This article addresses this gap byExpand
Presbyterians and science in the north of Ireland before 1874
  • A. Holmes
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 15 July 2008
Abstract In his presidential address to the Belfast meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1874, John Tyndall launched what David Livingstone has called a ‘frontalExpand
Biblical Authority and the Impact of Higher Criticism in Irish Presbyterianism, ca. 1850–19301
The decades between 1850 and 1930 saw traditional understandings of Christianity subjected to rigorous social, intellectual, and theological criticism across the transatlantic world. UnprecedentedExpand
The Ulster Revival of 1859: causes, controversies and consequences
The Protestant portion of the population of the north of Ireland experienced an extraordinary outburst of religious fervour in 1859. This article provides a critical overview of some of theExpand
The experience and understanding of religious revival in Ulster Presbyterianism, c. 1800–1930
  • A. Holmes
  • History
  • Irish Historical Studies
  • 1 November 2005
The phenomenon of religious revival has attracted considerable attention from scholars working in a variety of disciplines. In the Irish context, this is especially true in the case ofExpand
Protestant Millennialism, Evangelicalism, and Irish Society, 1790-2005
Preface and Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors A Glossary of Terms Introduction: Antichrist in Ireland: Protestant Millennialism and Irish Studies C.Gribben Watchmen in Zion: MillennialExpand
The Uses and Interpretation of Prophecy in Irish Presbyterianism, 1850–1930
The second half of the nineteenth century proved to be a momentous time for traditional Christianity.1 Churches across Europe simultaneously reached new heights of social prominence and pastoralExpand
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