Posted on February 12, 2010 by andygoodliff
The Centre for Baptist History and Heritage at Regent’s Park College is hosting its first Saturday day conference with David Bebbington and Ian Randall.10.30am-4pm.
– Rev. Dr Ian M. Randall, ‘“Conscientious Conviction”: Joseph Angus and Baptist Life’.
– Professor David Bebbington, ‘Baptists and Race in America’.
The day is free but let the Centre Director, Anthony R. Cross know if you’re coming so they can plan appropriately. You will need to provide lunch. There will be a bookstall.
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Posted on February 3, 2010 by andygoodliff
Visionary Women Among Early Baptists – Curtis W. Freeman
Henry Jacob (1563-1624): Pastoral Theology and Congregational Ecclesiology – Jason G. Duesing
Humphrey Gillet: Signatory of a Testimony to Truth (1659) – Larry J. Kreitzer
The French Baptist Historical Society – David Boydell
Reviews include Under the Rule of Christ: Dimensions of Baptist Spirituality edited by Paul S. Fiddes and Challenging to Change: dialogues with a radical Baptist theologian edited by Pieter J. Lalleman.
[note to Ian Randall, Baptist Quarterly editor – it would be great to see some extended review articles of key recent British Baptist theology or maybe even an occasional issue dedicated to a book with opportunity for response, like Pro Ecclesia have done with Steven Harmon’s Towards Baptist Catholicity. I would also encourage the Baptist Quarterly to do the occasional themed issue (like the one on children back in 1966 or women in 1986)]
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