Ian Fraser: theology and ecumenism
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Tim Duffy places the work of Ian Fraser in the context of Presbyterian culture, and more particularly as part of an influential network within the Church of Scotland in the 1950s and 1960s. The article also touches on Fraser’s work as a hymn-writer, his wider social commitments, and similarities between the shifting polarities of Hugh MacDiarmid’s thought and the dialectical play between the interpersonal and the social in Fraser’s work.
Duffy, T. (2013). Ian Fraser: theology and ecumenism. Theology in Scotland, 20(1), pp. 15-23.
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