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
Evangelical Library (London) Lecture, 4 June 2001 By Carl Trueman. An address on “The Glory Of Christ: B B Warfield on Jesus of Nazareth” When B.B. Warfield died eighty years ago, in 1921, J Gresham Machen, his Princeton colleague, commented that old Princeton had indeed passed away with him. It is arguable that this was…Details
Evangelical Library (London) Lecture, 4th March 2002 By Christopher Idle. This address, adapted for print, is on Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751 I do not often feel like a bishop; if I do today, it is because one of Philip Doddridge’s many episcopal correspondents once wrote, ‘I shall think it a particular honour… once in my life,…Details
By Dr Gaius Davies. ‘LIVE ISSUES’ Lunchtime Seminar 20 March 2003
by W. Robert Godfrey (this article was published in the Library’s In Writing magazine (no 108) Spring 2003).
Evangelical Library Annual Lecture 2003
By Garry J WIlliams. An address on Jonathan Edwards & Authentic Christian Experience.
by Douglas R. Groothuis featured in issue 110 of In Writing magazine.
Annual Lecture 2004
Address given by Jean Marc-Berthoud on Bullinger and the Reformation.
The Many Splendoured Cross: Atonement, Controversy and Victory by Dr Daniel Strange
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