New Research on Missionaries

During the period of well over a year of pandemic-related restrictions in the UK, one of CCCW’s Research Associates, Ian Randall, has been using the time to do some new research and writing. He has been working on a range of topics, including: the history of the Henry Martyn Trust and CCCW; aspects of the influence of the East African Revival; the missionary and ecumenical work of Alan MacLeod (1911-1984); John Stott as a theologian; Orthodox and evangelical missional interaction; the history of St Andrew’s Street Baptist Church, Cambridge; and a chapter for a book on Simon-Barrington Ward.

Three studies are aimed especially at highlighting material held in CCCW. These are on the papers of Richard A. Minter (1905-1997); on Henry Martyn in Cambridge; and on Florence Allshorn (1887-1950; pictured on previous page) and the St Julian’s Community. These three are available from Ian. If you are interested in them or in any of the other topics, please contact him. ian.m.randall[at]