From the beginning the Evangelical Library has had an annual lecture. At first these were published separately in booklet form and can be consulted in bound form at the Library. From the start of the new millennium we began to incorporate them in the Library magazine “In Writing”. Here is a list of those lectures.…Details
This is a list of annual library lectures for 1979-1999 when the lectures were reproduced as individual booklets 1979 Marshall, John “Thomas Scott 1747-1821 and ‘The force of truth’ (1779)” 1980 Horne, Sinclair A “Richard Cameron, revolutionary and preacher, 1648-1680” 1981 Lewis, Peter “Philip Henry 1631-1696” 1982 Catherwood, F & E “Martyn Lloyd-Jones: The Man…Details
This is a list of the first 28 published annual lectures 1951 Packer, James I “The practical writings of the English Puritans” 1952 Kevan, Ernest “The Puritan Doctrine of conversion” 1953 Murray, John “Reformation Principles” 1954 Bruce, F F “Sure mercies of David; a study of the fulfilment of Messianic prophecy” 1955 Lewis, Edwin “The…Details
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
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 text of the annual lecture for 2010 on Andrew Bonar by Rev Maurice Roberts Andrew Bonar Rev Maurice Roberts Rev Maurice Roberts is the minister of Andrew Alexander Bonar was born in Edinburgh on May 29th 1810, just two hundred years ago this year. He was the seventh son of James Bonar,…Details
By Dr Jonathan D Moore. This is the text of the Library Lecture for 2008 on Predestination and Evangelism in the Life and Thought of William Perkins. The Evangelical Library Lecture 2008 Predestination and Evangelism in the Life and Thought of William Perkins Jonathan Moore currently lives with his wife and family in Northern Ireland.…Details