B. H. Streeter and the Oxford Group

  title={B. H. Streeter and the Oxford Group},
  author={Philip Boobbyer},
  journal={The Journal of Ecclesiastical History},
  pages={541 - 567}
  • P. Boobbyer
  • Published 11 June 2010
  • Philosophy
  • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
This article examines the involvement of the prominent New Testament scholar, B. H. Streeter (1874–1937), in the Oxford Group, the movement founded by the American religious leader Frank Buchman. Streeter's mind was shaped by a liberal and modernist Anglicanism, while Buchman's ideas originated in a more Evangelical milieu; however, a common desire to do something about the international crisis of the 1930s brought them together. Streeter committed himself to Buchman's work in July 1934. In the… Expand


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