This page lists all the content on the site relevant to the role of religion in Liberal history.
Journal articles (3)
PhD theses (10)
Fox on the French Revolution
Extract from Fox's amendments to the address on the King's speech at the opening of the session (1792). ...
Fox on the suspension of Habeas Corpus
In 1794, Pitt's government professed itself to be seriously worried about the danger of possible revolution in Britain, encouraged by the example of the French Revolution and fanned by the sprea...
Impact of the French and American Revolutions
The French Revolution had important consequences for every major country in Europe. What was particularly remarkable about the impact of the French Revolution on Britain was its profound and abiding ...
The Nonconformists were members of several Protestant groups outside the Church of England. They included in their ranks the Old Dissenters, denominations that went back to the seventeenth century. T...
'Popular radicalism' embraced a range of causes and beliefs in nineteenth-century Britain. For most readers, it relates to agitation outside parliament to secure a democratic franchise on t...
The Age of Russell and Palmerston , 1846-1868
The collapse of Sir Robert Peel's Conservative government, following the 1846 repeal of the Corn Laws, began a complex re-arrangement of British political parties; one that took more than a deca...
Biography of Viscount Herbert Gladstone
Gladstone, Herbert (Viscount Gladstone)
Report: Religion and the Liberal Party
(from journal ' Journal of Liberal Democrat History 17 ')
Report of LDHG meeting of July 1997, with Alan Beith MP and Jonathan Parry.
Religion, human rights and politics in 1906 and 2006
(from journal ' Journal of Liberal History 56 ')
Keynote speech to the Cambridge 1906 seminar.
So many Gladstones
(from journal ' Journal of Liberal History 61 ')
Review of Richard Shannon, Gladstone: God and Politics
Religion and the Liberal Party
Monday 7 July 1997
"The Liberal policy", stated one nonconformist minister late last century, "makes for the establishment of the Kingdom of God". Our two speakers examined the role that religion an...
Scotland and the Liberal Party, 1880-1900, church, Ireland and Empire: a family affair
Glasgow M.Litt. , 1978
Sir Jerom Murch: case study of a Unitarian liberal and his impact on the Bath community, 1833-95
Supervisor - Dr. David Brooke
Bath, Ph.D , 1996
The emergence of Liberal Anglican politics: the Whigs and the Church, 1830-41
Oxford D.Phil. , 1985
The Gladstonian Liberal Party and religion, 1867-75
Cambridge Ph.D. , 1985
The Liberal Education Bills: conflict and compromise in religious issues and Liberal Party educational policies 1906-1908
Open University Ph.D. , 1994
The personal religious life and development of William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1832)
Leeds Ph.D. , 1987
The religious ideas and attitudes of William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1859)
Oxford D.Phil. , 1977
The Rev. James Brown Armour and Liberal politics in N. Antrim, 1869-1914
Belfast Ph.D. , 1979
The Wail of Jeremiah: the early career of C.F.G. Masterman as an expression of Edwardian Christian Socialism
London, Kings College Ph.D. , 1994
William Robertson Nicoll and the Liberal nonconformist press
St. Andrews Ph.D. , 1995