Lina Toth

Lina Toth
University of the West of Scotland | UWS · Scottish Baptist College

BA (Theol), BA (English), MTh, PhD

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Introduction
I am Assistant Principal and Lecturer at the Scottish Baptist College, University of the West of Scotland. Practical theology and church/social history are my main fields, although I really enjoy working interdisciplinarily.
Additional affiliations
September 2021 - present
Theology in Scotland journal
Position
  • Editor
June 2014 - present
IBTS Amsterdam
Position
  • Senior Research Fellow
Description
  • Supervision of doctoral students
June 2013 - June 2014
International Baptist Theological Seminary
Position
  • Academic Dean

Publications

Publications (8)
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Momentous change is taking place in Western societies and churches. Singleness is on the rise, along with growing interest in different pathways to human happiness. However, we still largely consider coupledom as the norm and a symbol of the good life. This is especially true in the Christian context, where the decline of "traditional" marriage and...
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Written as a response to a theme of ‘Challenges and Opportunities in the Healing of Church Memories’ for the Phase III of the Joint Commission for the International Dialogue between the Baptist World Alliance and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, this article investigates the Lithuanian speaking Baptist-Catholic relations. Provi...
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How does an emerging community of faith develop its identity in the context of a semi-hostile and increasingly nationalistic culture? The story of the early years of Lithuanian-speaking Baptists provides an interesting and informative case study. This article focusses on the formative stage of the Lithuanian-speaking Baptist movement during the int...

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