Saturday, September 6, 2008

The English Baptists of the 17th Century

The 2nd Annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Conference:

The theme of the 2008 conference was, “The English Baptists of the 17th Century.” Featured speakers included: R. Albert Mohler, Jr., Barry Howson, Larry Kreitzer, Tom Nettles, Jim Renihan, Austin Walker, and Malcolm Yarnell. Other up and coming Baptist History scholars presented papers as well.

Here is the links for the audio of the conference:

9:00 AM An Opening Word (MP3)Dr. Michael Haykin (Director of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies)

9:10 AM Plenary Session 1: “The English Calvinistic Baptists of the 17th Century—An Overview” (MP3)Dr. Malcolm Yarnell (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary)

10:25 AM Plenary Session 2: “John Spilsbury and the Beginning of the Baptists” (MP3)Dr. Tom Nettles (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

11:40 AM Plenary Session 3: “Hanserd Knollys (1599-1691) and the Interpretation of Revelation” (MP3)Dr. Barry Howson (Heritage Theological Seminary)

Henry Jessey (1601-1663): His Life and Thought” (MP3)Jason Duesing (PhD candidate, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary)

A Poor and Despised People’: Abraham Cheare and the Calvinistic Baptists at Plymouth.” (MP3)Dr. Jeff Robinson (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

There are many many more lectures available: Here is the link to the entire list:
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