Special topics

Andrews, J. S., 'Brethren hymnology', Evangelical Quarterly, vol. 28 (1956) pp. 208-229

Barber, John R., 'The hearts and minds of J. N. Darby and E. B. Pusey: a comparative study', Open University project essay (1997) (CBA 14316)

Brock, Peter de Beauvoir, 'The peace testimony of the early Plymouth Brethren', Church History, vol. 53, no. 1 (1984) pp. 30-45 (CBA 6101)

Buchanan, Andrew D., 'Brethren revivals 1859-70', B.A. dissertation, University of Stirling, April 1990. 59 pp. (CBA 11750)

Callahan, James Patrick, Primitivist piety: The Ecclesiology of the Early Plymouth Brethren (Lanham, MA, 1996) (CBA 14758)

Coad, Frederick Roy, 'The influence of Brethrenism on English business practice', Biblioteca Storica Toscana, vol. 11 (1988) pp. 107-114

Coad, Frederick Roy, Prophetic Developments, with Particular Reference to the Early Brethren Movement (Pinner, 1966) 32 pp. (CBA 4110 & 6339 (1))

Davids, Judith L., 'The theory and practice of lay ministry by women in the Plymouth Brethren', integrative studies project, New College, Berkeley, CA, 1983

Dempster, J. A. H., 'Aspects of Brethren publishing enterprise in late nineteenth century Scotland', Publishing History, vol. 20 (1986) pp. 61-101

Deng, Shih-An, 'Ideas of the Church in an age of reform: the ecclesiological thoughts of John Nelson Darby and John Henry Newman, 1824-1850', University of Minnesota Ph.D. thesis, 1994 (CBA 14742)

Dickson, Neil T. R., '"The Church itself is God's clergy": the principles and practices of the Brethren', in Deryck Lovegrove (ed.), The Rise of the Laity in Evangelical Protestantism (London, 2002), pp. 217-35

Dickson, Neil T. R., '"Shut in with Thee": the morning meeting among Scottish Open Brethren, 1830s-1960s', in R. N. Swanston (ed.), Studies in Church History, vol. 35 (Woodbridge, 1999), pp. 276-89

Dixon, Larry, E., 'The importance of J.N. Darby and the Brethren movement in the history of conservative theology', Christian Brethren Review, no. 41 (1990) pp. 42-55 (CBA Periodicals)

Eaton, Kent, 'Beware the trumpet of judgement!: John Nelson Darby and the nineteenth-century Brethren", in F. Bowie & C. Deacy (eds.), The Coming Deliverer: Millennial Themes in World Religions (Cardiff, 1997) pp. 119-162

Ehlert, Arnold D., Brethren Writers: A Checklist with an Introduction to Brethren Literature and Additional Lists (Grand Rapids, 1969) 83 pp. (CBA)

Elmore, Floyd Saunders, 'A critical examination of the doctrine of the two peoples of God in John Nelson Darby', dissertation, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1990. 337 f. (CBA 14469)

Fisher, Janet & Derek, Bygone Bristol: Müller's Orphanage, Ashley Down, on Old Postcards (Bristol, n.d.) 44 pp. (CBA)

Geldbach, Erich, Christliche Versammlung und Heilsgeschichte bei John Nelson Darby, 3. Aufl. (Wuppertal, 1975) 132 pp. (CBA 3197)

Grass, Timothy George, 'The church's ruin and restoration: the development of ecclesiology in the Plymouth Brethren and the Catholic Apostolical Church, c. 1825-c. 1866', Ph.D. thesis, King's College, London, 1997. 233 f. (CBA 14601)

Gray, Clifton Daggett, 'The meaning of membership as perceived by Plymouth Brethren', dissertation, Boston University Graduate School, 1963. 200 f. (CBA 1047)

Gribben, Crawford L., '"The worst sect a Christian man can meet": opposition to the Plymouth Brethren in Ireland and Scotland, 1859-1900', Scottish Studies Review, 3 (2002), pp. 34-53

Larsen, Timothy, "Living by faith': a short history of Brethren practice', Brethren Archivists and Historians Network Review, vol. 1 (1997-8), pp.67-102

MacLeod, David J., 'Walter Scott: a link in dispensationalism between Darby and Scofield?' Bibliotheca Sacra, vol. 153 (1996), pp. 155-78

Nebeker, Gary Lynn, 'The hope of heavenly glory in John Nelson Darby (1800-1882)', dissertation, Dallas Theological Seminary, 1997 (CBA 14315)

Porter, David R., So Much More: The Story of Over Forty Years Camping with the Merseyside Christian Youth Camps (Kirkby, 1986) 84 pp. (CBA 10471)

Randall, Ian, "Outside the camp': Brethren spirituality and wider Evangelicalism in the 1920s', Brethren Archivists and Historians Network Review, 2 (2000), pp. 17-33

Rennie, I. S., 'Aspects of Christian Brethren spirituality', in J.I. Packer & L. Wilkinson (eds.), Alive to God: Studies in Spirituality (Downers Grove, Ill., 1992) pp. 190-201

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, 'The Brethren concept of sainthood', Vox Evangelica, vol. 20 (1990) pp. 91-102

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, 'The concept of 'living by faith'', in Antony Billington, Tony Lane, Max Turner (eds.), Mission and Meaning: Essays presented to Peter Cotterell (Carlisle, 1995), pp. 339-56

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, 'The early Brethren and the ministry of the word', Journal of the Christian Brethren Research Fellowship, no. 14 (1967) pp. 11-24

Rowdon, Harold Hamlyn, 'The problem of Brethren identity in historical perspective', Biblioteca Storica Toscana, vol. 11 (1988) pp. 159-174

Shinn, Robert Worcester, 'The Plymouth Brethren and ecumenical Protestantism', Th.D. dissertation, Union Theological Seminary (New York, 1967) 220 pp. (CBA 1048)

Smith, Nathan DeLynn, Roots, Renewal, and the Brethren (Pasadena, 1986) (CBA 11929)

Stunt, Timothy C. F., Early Brethren and the Society of Friends (Pinner, 1970) 27 pp. (CBA 3015)

Stunt, Timothy C.F., 'Irvingite pentecostalism and the early Brethren', Christian Brethren Research Fellowship Journal, vol. 10 (1965) pp. 40-48
Stunt, Timothy, 'Two nineteenth-century movements', The Evangelical Quarterly, vol. 37 (1965), pp.221-31.

Wilson, Bryan Ronald, "The Brethren": A Current Sociological Appraisal, rpt (Sheffield, 1981) 13 pp. (CBA 6446)

Wilson, Elisabeth K., 'Brethren attitudes to authority and government, with particular reference to pacifism' [dissertation presented for the] degree of Master of Humanities, University of Tasmania, 1994 (CBA 15188)