The Whitley Lectures (1997-)

1997 Nigel Wright Power and Discipleship: Towards a Baptist Theology of the State

1998 Ruth Gouldbourne Reinventing the Wheel: Women and Ministry in English Baptist Life

1999 Keith Jones A Shared Meal and a Common Table: Some Reflections on the Lord’s Supper and Baptists

2000 Anne Dunkley Seen and Heard: Reflections on Children and Baptist tradition

2001 Steve Finamore Violence, the Bible and the End of the World

2002 Nicholas Wood Confessing Christ in a Plural World

2003 Stephen Holmes Tradition and Renewal in Baptist Life

2005 Andrew Rollinson Liberating Ecclesiology: Setting the church free to live out its missionary nature

2006 Kate Coleman Being Human: A Black British Christian Human’s Perspective

2007 Sean Winter More Light and Truth? Biblical Interpretation in Covenantal Perspective

2008 Craig Gardiner How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song? Worship in and out of the church

2009 Sally Nelson A Thousand Crucifixions: The material subversion of the church?

2010 David Southall The Poetic Paul: On Creating New Realities for Righteousness in Romans

2011 E. Anne Clements Wrestling with the Word: A Woman reads Scripture

2012 Ian Randall Religious Liberty in Continental Europe: Campaigning by British Baptists, 1840s to 1930s

2013 Michael Peat Answering Mendel’s Dwarf: Thinking Theologically about Human Genetic Selection

2014 Helen Dare Always on the way and in the fray: Reading the Bible as Baptists

2015 Ed Kaneen What is Biblical Ministry? Revisiting diakonia in the New Testament

2016 Joshua Searle Church without Walls: Post-Soviet Baptists after the Ukranian Revolution, 2013-14

2017 Richard Pollard The Pioneering Evangelicalism of Dan Taylor (1738-1816)

2018 Helen Paynter Dead and Buried? Attending to the Voices of the Victim in the Old Testament and today

2019 Jo Kapolyo Theology and Culture:: An African Perspective 

2020 Robert Parkinson Finding a Friend: The Baptist Encounter with Judaism

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