Yesterday we highlighted an interview with TEDS historian John Woodbridge. Today we’d like to draw your attention to a lecture Dr. Woodbridge gave on the 20th century theologian Carl F.H. Henry. This lecture was given back in 2013 at the Carl F. H. Henry Centennial Celebration at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Forum of Christian Leaders recently interviewed John Woodbridge, Professor of Church History at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, about the nature of biblical authority and its history. Woodbridge is one of the leading historians of our day and his book, Biblical Authority: Infallibility and Inerrancy in the Christian Tradition, is one of the best books … Read More
Recently a series of messages were given at The Forum of Christian Leaders on the Reformation and its theology. Speakers included Mike Reeves, Lindsay Brown, Hans Bayer, and Leonardo De Chirico. Come back tomorrow for an interview TFCL did with John Woodbridge.
Over at Faith Radio, Todd Billings was interviewed about his new book, Rejoicing in Lament: Wrestling with Incurable Cancer and Life in Christ. In the interview Billings reflects on what it was like to be diagnosed with terminal cancer and why the lament psalms became so important in his life. You can listen to the … Read More
Timothy George, Dean of Beeson Divinity School, is well-known for his outstanding writings on the Reformers and his many lectures on the Reformation. This year Reformed Theological Seminary invited George to give the Kistemaker Academic Lecture Series. No surprise here, but the lectures were vintage George! Dr. George decided to lecture on “RETRIEVAL FOR THE … Read More
Jeremy Wiggins is the host of “In the Trenches” and recently he has interviewed the contributors to The 5 Solas Series, edited by Matthew Barrett. In each of these interviews Jeremy asks the contributors to define each sola, explain its historical context, and pinpoint the relevance of each sola for the church in the 21st … Read More
One of the greatest, some would argue the greatest, preacher in the 19th century was Dr. Lloyd-Jones whose sermons still influence many today. If you have not heard Lloyd-Jones before, we want to draw your attention to the MLJ Trust, the online home of his sermons. There you will find hundreds of sermons. Below is … Read More
Back in February Sarah Zylstra wrote an article called “Man in the Middle,” reflecting on the contribution of David Dockery, President of Trinity International University, to evangelicalism and the recovery of conservative principles and doctrine. Today we would like to highlight some of the recent lectures by Dr. Dockery. In many of these lectures, Dr. … Read More
Each year the The Center for Public Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary hosts the Scudder lectures. Owen Strachan is the Director of the Center and in 2016 he invited Kevin Vanhoozer to give these lectures on the subject of the pastor as theologian. About the Scudder lectures: In 1994, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inaugurated … Read More
This week on Preaching and Preachers, Dr. Matthew Barrett joins Dr. Jason Allen, President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, in a discussion on the Preacher and Sola Scriptura. Dr. Barrett is Tutor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Oak Hill Theological College in London, as well as the founder and executive editor of Credo Magazine. He is … Read More