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Guest, Mathew; Olson, Elizabeth and Wolffe, John (2012). Christianity: loss of monopoly. In: Woodhead, Linda and Catto, Rebecca eds. Religion and Change in Modern Britain. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 57–78.

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Hutchinson, Mark and Wolffe, John (2012). A Short History of Global Evangelicalism. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Herbert, David and Wolffe, John (2004). Religion and contemporary conflict in historical perspective. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 286–320.

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James, Laura; Norman, John; De Baets, Anne-Sophie; Burchell-Hughes, Ingrid; Burchmore, Helen; Philips, Amyas; Sheppard, Dan; Wilks, Linda and Wolffe, John (2009). The lives and technologies of early career researchers. CARET, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

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Maiden, John; Wolffe, John; Burns, Arthur; Evans, Neil and Kelly, Declan (2010). Building on History: the Church in London online resource guide. Web resource.

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Wolffe, John (2019). Church decline and growth in London: taking the long view. In: Goodhew, David and Cooper, Anthony-Paul eds. The Desecularisation of the City: London's Churches, 1980 to the Present. Routledge Studies in Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 331–344.

Wolffe, John (2019). Is 'Religious' Violence Really Religious? In: Melloni, Alberto and Cadeddu, Francesca eds. Religious Literacy, Law and History: Perspectives on European Pluralist Societies. ICLARS Series on Law and Religion. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 120–126.

Wolffe, John (2017). Perceptions of Irish Religious History Among Community Activists in Northern Ireland, 2010–2013. In: Hill, Jacqueline and Lyons, Mary Ann eds. Representing Irish Religious Histories: Historiography, Ideology and Practice. Histories of the Sacred and Secular, 1700-2000. Palgrave McMillan, pp. 261–274.

Wolffe, John (2016). Forever England beneath the Cross of Sacrifice: Christianity and National Identity in British First World War Cemeteries. In: Wood, John Carter ed. Christianity and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Europe: Conflict, Community and the Social Order. Gottingen: Vanderhoek and Ruprecht, pp. 53–72.

Wolffe, John (2015). Taking Leave of Gladstone. In: Cross, Anthony R.; Morden, Peter J. and Randall, Ian M. eds. Pathways and Patterns in History: Essays on Baptists, Evangelicals and the Modern World in Honour of David Bebbington. London and Didcot: Spurgeon's College/Baptist Historical Society, pp. 340–353.

Wolffe, John (2015). ‘Martyrs as really as St Stephen was a martyr’? Commemorating the British dead of the First World War. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 15(1) pp. 23–38.

Wolffe, John (2014). Past and Present: Taking the Long View of Methodist and Anglican History. Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, 59(5) pp. 161–177.

Wolffe, John (2013). The mutations of martyrdom in Britain and Ireland c1850-1920. In: Kelly, James and Lyons, Marian eds. Death and Dying in Ireland and Europe: Historical Perspectives. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pp. 349–368.

Wolffe, John (2012). The Jesuit as villain in nineteenth-century British fiction. In: Clarke, Peter and Methuen, Charlotte eds. The Church and Literature. Studies in Church History (48). Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, pp. 308–320.

Wolffe, John (2012). Transatlantic Visitors and Evangelical Networks, 1829-1861. In: Gregory, Jeremy and McLeod, Hugh eds. International Religious Networks. Studies in Church History: Subsidia, 14. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press/Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 183–193.

Wolffe, John (2012). The Victorian funeral sermon. In: Francis, Keith A. and Gibson, William eds. Oxford Handbook of the British Sermon 1689-1301. Oxford Handbooks in Religion and Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 338–353.

Wolffe, John (2010). Protestantism, monarchy and the defence of Christian Britain 1837–2005. In: Brown, Callum G and Snape, Michael eds. Secularisation in the Christian World. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 57–74.

Wolffe, John (2010). Religious history. In: Hinnells, John R ed. The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religion, 2nd edition. London: Routledge, pp. 56–72.

Wolffe, John (2010). British sermons on national events. In: Ellison, Robert H. ed. A New History of the Sermon: The Nineteenth Century, Volume 5. Leiden: Brill, pp. 181–206.

Wolffe, John (2008). William Wilberforce's Practical View (1797) and its reception. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Revival and Resurgence in Christian History. Studies in Church History (44). Saffron Walden: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 175–184.

Wolffe, John (2008). Anti-Catholicism and the British Empire, 1815-1914. In: Carey, Hilary M ed. Empires of Religion. Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 43–63.

Wolffe, John (2007). Palmerston and the church. In: Brown, David and Taylor, Miles eds. Palmerston Studies, Volume 1. Southampton: University of Southampton, pp. 19–38.

Wolffe, John (2007). British protestants and Europe, 1820–60: some perceptions and influences. In: Bonney, Richard and Trim, D.J.B. eds. The Development of Pluralism in Modern Britain and France. Studies in the History of Religious and Political Pluralism (1). Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 207–226.

Wolffe, John (2006). The expansion of evangelicalism: The age of Wilberforce, More, Chalmers and Finney. A History of Evangelicalism. Nottingham: Inter-Varsity Press.

Wolffe, John (2006). Elite and popular religion in the religious census of 30 March 1851. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Elite and Popular Religion. Studies in Church History (42). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 360–371.

Wolffe, John (2005). The religious census of 1851 in Yorkshire. Borthwick Papers. York, UK: Borthwick Institute Publications.

Wolffe, John (2005). Anglicanism, Presbyterianism and the religious identities of the United Kingdom. In: Gilley, Sheridan and Stanley, Brian eds. World Christianities c.1815–c.1914. Cambridge History of Christianity (8). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 301–322.

Wolffe, John (2005). Lord Palmerston and religion: a reappraisal. English Historical Review, 120(488) pp. 907–936.

Wolffe, John (2004). Nicholas Armstrong. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury (1801–1885). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in Association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Edward Bickersteth. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert Bickersteth. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Richard Blakeney. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Culling Eardley. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George William Finch-Hatton, 10th Earl of Winchilsea. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Cornelius Gorham. In: Matthews, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Hope. In: Matthew, H.C.G and Harrison, Brian eds. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Robert Inglis. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert Jocelyn, 3rd Earl of Roden. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Kenyon, 2nd Baron Kenyon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Harcourt Lees. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert James McGhee. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles Newdigate Newdegate. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles de Laet Waldo Sibthorp. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the Academic Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Wilberforce. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Begg. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Campbell Colquhoun. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Edward Gordon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Alexander Haldane (1800–1882). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Boyd McNeile. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Murphy. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Augustus Granville Stapleton. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Stowell. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). National occasions at St Paul's Since 1800. In: Keene, Derek; Burns, Arthur and Saint, Andrew eds. St Paul's The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. New Haven, US, and London, UK: Yale University Press, pp. 381–391.

Wolffe, John (2004). Introduction. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University, pp. 5–12.

Wolffe, John (2004). Contentious Christians: Protestant-Catholic conflict since the Reformation. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, pp. 97–128.

Wolffe, John (2004). Historical models of evangelical social transformation. In: Hilborn, David ed. Movement for Change: Evangelicals and Social Transformation. Carlisle: Paternoster Press, pp. 20–37.

Wolffe, John (2004). Judging the nation: evangelicals and divine retribution, 1817-1861. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Retribution, Repentance and Reconciliation. Studies in Church History (40). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 291–300.

Wolffe, John (2002). 'Evangelicals and Pentecostals: Indigenizing a Global Gospel' in Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. In: Wolffe, John ed. Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change, 4. Ashgate, pp. 13–108.

Wolffe, John (2001). Civic religious identities and responses to prominent deaths in Edinburgh and Cardiff, 1847-1910. In: Pope, Robert ed. Religion and National Identity: Scotland and Wales, c 1700-2000. University of Wales Press, pp. 163–185.

Wolffe, John (2000). Great Deaths: Grieving, Religion and Nationhood in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Mongraphs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2000). Marching forth with the banner of Christ unfurled. In: Chadwick, Henry and Ward, Allison eds. Not Angels but Anglicans: A History of Christianity in the British Isles. Norwich: Canterbury Press, pp. 255–260.

Wolffe, John (1999). Royalty and public grief in Britain: an historical perspective 1817-1997. In: Walter, Tony ed. The Mourning for Diana. Oxford: Berg, pp. 53–64.

Wolffe, John (1998). A transatlantic perspective: Protestantism and national identities in mid-nineteenth century Britain and the United States. In: McBridge, Ian and Claydon, Tony eds. Protestantism and national identity in Britain and Ireland, c. 1650-c. 1850. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 291–309.

Wolffe, John (1998). Historical method and Christian vision in the study of evangelical history. In: Hutchinson, M and Kalu, O eds. A Global Faith: Essays on Evangelicalism and Globalization. Sydney: Centre for the Study of Australian Christianity, pp. 89–107.

Wolffe, John (1997). 'Praise to the holiest in the height': hymns and church music. In: Wolffe, John ed. Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain (5). Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 59–99.

Wolffe, John (1997). Introduction: Victorian religion in context. In: Wolffe, John ed. Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain (5). Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1–20.

Wolffe, John (1996). To die is gain? Religion, the monarchy and national identity in Britain 1817-1910. In: Brohed, Ingmar ed. Church and People in Britain and Scandinavia. Bibliotheca historico-ecclesiastica lundensis (36). Lund: Lund University Press, pp. 333–346.

Wolffe, John (1996). Unity in diversity?: North Atlantic evangelical thought in the mid-nineteenth century. In: Swanson, R N ed. Unity and Diversity in the Church: Papers Read at the 1994 Summer Meeting, and the 1995 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society. Studies in Church History (32). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, pp. 363–375.

Wolffe, John (1996). Change and continuity in British anti-Catholicism, 1829-1982. In: Tallett, Frank and Atkin, Nicholas eds. Catholicism in Britain and France since 1789. London: The Hambledon Press, pp. 67–86.

Wolffe, John (1996). Unity in diversity: North Atlantic evangelical thought in the mid-nineteenth century. In: Swanson, R. N. ed. Unity and Diversity in the Church. Studies in Church History (32). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd, pp. 363–375.

Wolffe, John (1995). Anglicanism. In: Paz, D G ed. Nineteenth-Century English Religious Traditions: Restrospect and Prospect. Contributions to the Study of Religion (44). Westport, CT: Greenwood, pp. 1–32.

Wolffe, John (1994). And there's another country: religion, the State and British identities. In: Parsons, Gerald ed. The Growth of Religious Diversity: Britain from 1945, Volume 2. London, U.K. and New York, NY U.S.: Routledge in association with The Open University, pp. 85–121.

Wolffe, John (1994). Religion and 'secularization'. In: Johnson, Paul ed. Twentieth-Century Britain: Economic, Social and Cultural Change. Harlow: Longman, pp. 427–441.

Wolffe, John (1994). Anti-Catholicism and evangelical identity in Britain and the United States, 1830-1860. In: Bebbington, David William; Noll, Mark A. and Rawlyk, George A. eds. Evangelicalism: Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles and Beyond, 1700-1990. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 179–197.

Wolffe, John (1991). The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829-1860. Clarendon Press (Oxford Historical Monographs).

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