This is the text of the lunch time lecture given by Mostyn Roberts on March 18, 2013 at the Evangelical Library.
This is the transcript of a paper given by Robert Strivens at a lunch time lecture at the Library in the Autumn of 2011.
This is the printed version of a lecture on the Puritan Richard Bernard (1568-1641) focusing on his book “Christian, see to thy conscience!”. The lecture was given by Gary Brady. More material on Richard Bernard can be found here.
by Francis Schaeffer (Book Review by Dr. J Andrew Charles) Dr Francis Schaeffer was born in 1912, converted in 1930 and died in 1984. In his long and influential ministry he addressed many of the great issues which confronted Christians in the second half of the twentieth century. In Escape from reason (1968), he affirmed that to…Details
This is the lunchtime lecture given by Dr Ian M Densham on Monday 21 October 2013. Two links that were referred to in the lecture and the discussion that followed are given here: http://creation.com/timing-is-everything http://creation.com/egyptian-history-and-the-biblical-record-a-perfect-match These will both open in a new window.Details
This is the substance of the lunch time lecture given at the Library on September 25, 2012. More on Machen here
By Dr Gaius Davies. ‘LIVE ISSUES’ Lunchtime Seminar 20 March 2003Details
Our latest lunchtime lecture on “The King James Version – history and current use” by Gary Brady The King James Version – history and current use As you are well aware this is the four hundredth anniversary of the publication of the Bible known as The Authorised or King James version. The event has been…Details
Lunchtime lecture by Rev Gary Brady Monday 18 October 2010 Alexander MacLaren (1826-1910) This year sees the one hundredth anniversary of the death of the Baptist minister Alexander Maclaren. May 5, 1910, was the exact day of his death, at the age of 84. He died in Edinburgh, after a 65 year long ministry. He…Details
The Shorter Writings of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones Lunchtime Lecture by Rev. Gary Brady Monday 17 May 2010 The significant effect of the ministry of Dr D Martyn Lloyd-Jones on evangelicalism cannot be doubted. Since his death in 1980 his ministry has continued to have an impact by means of his recorded sermons and written ministry.…Details