The 2nd Annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Conference August 25-26, 2008 **MP3s**

Although I was not able to attend this conference I was hoping for MP3’s to be made available, which I was pleased to find out were posted online just recently.  This years conference was centered on “The English Baptiststs of the 17th Century.”  I have copied and pasted the line up below.

Monday, August 25

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)

2:45—3:25 PM Parallel Session 1:

3:35—4:15 PM Parallel Session 2:

8:30 PM Plenary Session 4: “The Importance of Baptist Confessionalism” (MP3)
Dr. Albert Mohler (President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

Tuesday, August 26

8:45 AM Plenary Session 5: “The Strange Case of Thomas Collier” (MP3)
Dr. James Renihan (Dean, The Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies)

11:30 AM Plenary Session 6: “Benjamin Keach and the Protestant Cause Under Persecution” (MP3)
Austin Walker (Pastor, Maidenbower Baptist Church, Crawley, UK)

2:20 – 3:00 PM – Parallel Session 3:

3:10 – 3:50 PM – Parallel Session 4:

4:00 PM Plenary Session 7: “William Kiffin (1616-1701)—His Life and Thought” (MP3)
Dr Larry Kreitzer (Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford)

5:00—5:10 PM A Closing Word (MP3)
Dr. Michael Haykin (Director, The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies)

(HT: Steve Weaver)

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One thought on “The 2nd Annual Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies Conference August 25-26, 2008 **MP3s**

  1. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I attended Austin Walker’s lecture on Keach. It was very humbling to know that those who came before went through so much suffering! He had a tight British Accent too 🙂

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