By Paul Helm This paper was read at a Colloquium organised by the Association of Confessing Evangelicals, Colorado Springs, Colorado, in June 2000 This paper is a longer version of my response to Gregory Boyd’s advocacy of ‘Openness’ theology. Both Professor Boyd’s paper and the shorter response are to be found in Divine Foreknowledge: Four…Details
by Douglas R. Groothuis featured in issue 110 of In Writing magazine.Details
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
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 is an article about a little known Suffolk lad who became a successful London merchant and who was a great blessing to Baptist churches in Bloomsbury, Hampstead and elsewhere in London in his time. His story ought to be better known. The lecture was given by Gary Brady at a lunch time meeting in…Details
This is the Lunchtime lecture on Hugh Latimer given by Rev Jeremy Walker, a trustee of the Library, on Monday 28 November 2011.
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 substance of the lunch time lecture given at the Library on September 25, 2012. More on Machen here
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.