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Eusebeia – Issue 9 Available Soon!

The Spring (yes I know it is Summer already!) issue of Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies is almost finished being edited and will be available soon. The following is the list of articles in the upcoming journal. All but two articles were presented at last years Annual Conference.

“A GREAT THIRST FOR READING”: ANDREW FULLER THE THEOLOGICAL READER by MICHAEL A.G. HAYKIN

ANDREW FULLER: HEIR OF THE REFORMATION by JEFFREY K. JUE

JOHN OWEN AND ANDREW FULLER by CARL R. TRUEMAN

ANDREW FULLER’S READING OF JOHN GILL by BARRY HOWSON

THE INFLUENCE OF JONATHAN EDWARDS ON ANDREW FULLER by THOMAS J. NETTLES

SENSE OF THE HEART: JONATHAN EDWARDS’ LEGACY IN THE WRITING OF ANDREW FULLER by CHRIS CHUN

CHRIST’S ABSOLUTE DETERMINATION TO SAVE: ANDREW FULLER AND PARTICULAR REDEMPTION by JEREMY PITTSLEY

ANDREW FULLER’S ORDINATION SERMONS by NIGEL WHEELER

THE LETTERS OF JOHN ERSKINE TO THE RYLANDS by JONATHAN YEAGER

For more information about receiving this issue, subscribing to Eusebeia, or attending this year’s conference (August 25-26, 2008 at SBTS) then contact Steve Weaver at andrewfullercenter@sbts.edu.

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Andrew Fuller News!

Greetings friends of Fuller!

I wanted to keep you abreast of some Fuller news…

First, with some slight changes, this next issue of Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies will be dedicated to Andrew Fuller. Instead of the issue on the Puritans (which has been moved to the Fall 2008 issue) this coming issue (Spring 2008) will have many of the papers that were presented at last years Fuller conference that was held at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as well as a few others that were not. So, if you are a fan of Fuller, look forward to this coming issue with articles by Tom Nettles, Barry Howson, Jeff Jue, Carl Trueman, and Russ Moore amongst others!

Second, if you are anywhere near the Chicago area on March 28-29 be sure to visit the Midwest Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society being held at the Moody Bible Institute. On Friday at 11:00 AM, yours truly, will be presenting a paper titled, “‘To Declare the Whole Counsel of God’: Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) on Preaching.” I do hope at least a handful of people will attend! If you are unable to attend the conference presentation, I will be planning on seeking publication for the article in the near future and will keep you all informed.

Blessings to you all!

Allen Mickle

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Upcoming Issues of Eusebeia

Greetings friends of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. I wanted to whet your appetite and let you know of what the next few issues of Eusebeia will be devoted.

Spring 2008 – The Puritans

Fall 2008 – 17th Century English Baptists

Spring 2009 – T. T. Shields and Fundamentalism

Stay on the lookout for these upcoming issues of the journal. If you are interested in subscribing ($20 USD in North America, $30 USD outside North America) contact Allen Mickle, Managing Editor (allen.mickle.jr@gmail.com).

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Does your Library Subscribe to Eusebeia?

Does your library subscribe to Eusebeia? If not, they should! We are sending a complimentary copy of Issue 8 of the journal to a number of libraries with the hope of their subscription. If your library does not subscribe, please encourage them to do so! $20 USD in North America and $30 USD outside North America. They can subscribe through EBSCO or directly through the journal. Subscriptions can be sent directly to:

The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies
C/O The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
2825 Lexington Road
Louisville, KY 40280

Help promote Eusebeia in any way you can! Look forward to Issue 9 which should be dedicated to the Puritans and Issue 10 to 17th Century English Baptists.

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New Issue of Eusebeia

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
800-626-5525
allen.mickle.jr@gmail.com

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