The Liam Goligher Lectures are available online now from the annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies conferece held in Cambridge, ON on Saturday.
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Announcing the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Annual Canadian conference being held in Cambridge, ON on April 5, 2008.
Dr. Liam Goligher will be speaking twice that day on two very important topics in theology today:
Pierced for our Transgressions: Preaching the Cross Today
The lectures will begin at 9:30 AM and will conclude by 12:15 PM. They are being held at Grace Bible Church. There is no cost for the lectures but we will be taking a love offering to help cover the costs of the lectures. Sola Scriptura Ministries International will be having a book table there selling affordable Reformed literature. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me at allen.mickle.jr [at] gmail.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE SEE THE LECTURE FLYER AVAILABLE HERE.
Issue 8 of Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies is currently at the printer and due out for mailing shortly. This issue is dedicated to the Cappadocians and should not be missed. First, the editorial by Dr. Haykin is titled “Why Study the Fathers?” and is an important piece to get our hearts and minds stimulated to understanding the early church. Then the articles are as follows:
“Benefiting from the Fathers–A Test Case: Basil of Caesarea on Abortion” by Michael A. G. Haykin
“The Spirit “Worshipped and Glorified” as the Perfecting Cause of our Worship in Basil of Caesarea’s De Spiritu Sancto” by Dennis Ngien
“‘The Fourth Great Cappadocian’: The Life of Amphilochus of Iconium” by Monte Shanks
“Macarius the Augustinian: Grace and Salvation in the Spiritual Homilies of Marcarius-Symeon” by David Roach
“Simplicity and Trinity in Harmony” by Keith Goad
This is followed by a number of book reviews.
Individual issues are $10 within North America and $15 outside of North America. Subscriptions to the journal are available yearly for $20 in North America and $30 outside of North America (in US funds).
Please send requests and money to:
The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies
2825 Lexington Road
Louisville, KY 40280
The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, now located at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, seeks to promote the study of Baptist history and doctrine as well as reflection on contemporary significance of that history. The center is named in honor of Andrew Fuller (1754-1815), a late eighteenth-and early nineteenth-century British Baptist pastor/theologian who opposed aberrant doctrine among Baptists in England and was instrumental in the founding of the Baptist Missionary Society. Fuller was a close friend and theological mentor of William Carey, founder of the modern international missions movement.
“When English Baptist life was threatened by the winter chill of hyper-Calvinism, Andrew Fuller warmed the churches with the free offer of the Gospel, and thus fueled the modern missions movement,” Russel D. Moore, dean of the School of Theology and senior vice president for academic administration, has noted with regard to the theological importance of Andrew Fuller.
The Andrew Fuller Center will hold an annual major conference that will examine various aspects of Baptist History and thought. It will also support the publication of a critical edition of the works of Andrew Fuller, and from time to time, other works in Baptist history. In time, it is hoped the Center will have a role in mentoring junior scholars involved in Baptist studies. Twice each year, the Andrew Fuller Center will also publish Eusebeia, a journal that will carry articles and book reviews related to Baptist history and thought.
If you have any questions regarding the Center please feel free to contact me as I will be serving as Administrative Assistant to the Center.
You can now register online for the Andrew Fuller the Reader conference being held at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on August 27-28, 2007.
For more information on the conference go here.