This is the lunch time lecture given in September 2013 by Jeremy Walker on Andrew Fuller
by Douglas R. Groothuis featured in issue 110 of In Writing magazine.Details
An article on Philip Doddridge by Dr Ian M Densham Philip Doddridge (1702-1751) has had a bad press over the years. Even C. H. Spurgeon, who heartily recommended his “Family Expositor”, did not consider that Doddridge was as bold and orthodox as he should have been. Consequently, he has been under a cloud in the…Details
This was the second lunch time lectureof Spring 2013 given by Pastor Austin Walker on Martin Bucer. The second of this term’s lunch time lectures at the Library took place on February 18. We again rather struggled to get into double figures but it was good to hear Austin Walker give an excellent overview of…Details
This is the text of Dr Robert Strivens’ paper given at the lunch-time lecture in the Library on November 26, 2012, covering the early dissenting academies 1662-1689.
Evangelical Library (London) Lecture, 4 June 2001 By Carl Trueman. An address on “The Glory Of Christ: B B Warfield on Jesus of Nazareth” When B.B. Warfield died eighty years ago, in 1921, J Gresham Machen, his Princeton colleague, commented that old Princeton had indeed passed away with him. It is arguable that this was…Details
Evangelical Library (London) Lecture, 4th March 2002 By Christopher Idle. This address, adapted for print, is on Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751 I do not often feel like a bishop; if I do today, it is because one of Philip Doddridge’s many episcopal correspondents once wrote, ‘I shall think it a particular honour… once in my life,…Details