Thursday, July 27, 2006

I ♥ Biblical Theology

"I love Biblical Theology.
And I love it for one reason.
It helps me know Jesus Christ better"
Nicholas Piotrowski, reviewing books by Graeme Goldsworthy & Vaughan Roberts at 9Marks.org

Loads more of that sort of thing at www.beginningwithmoses.org

Most of the year we update it monthly, except in July & August... so while its static why not catch up on some of the outstanding articles and papers we've managed to unearth, commission and gather!

"Church and Theology Today:
What is Really at Stake?"
Theology for All: Annual Day Conference
Saturday 30th September 2006
10.00 am - 4.00 pm


Speaker: Professor Carl Trueman,

Carl is currently Professor of Historical Theology and Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He previously served on the Faculties of the University of Nottingham and the University of Aberdeen. A specialist in 16th and 17th century theology, he has also written extensively on contemporary evangelical theology, edits the student journal Themelios, and has a monthly column in the ezine, Reformation 21. Dr Trueman's books include Luther's Legacy: Salvation and English Reformers, 1525-1556; The Claims of Truth: John Owen's Trinitarian Theology; and The Wages of Spin: Critical Writings on Historic and Contemporary Evangelicalism.

Programme
(details t.b.c.)

10.00 Arrival & coffee
10.30 1st Session
11.30 Coffee break
12.00 2nd Session
1.00 Lunch
2.00 3rd Session
3.00 Tea break
3.20 Q&A
4.00 Finish
Location:
Duke Street Church,
Richmond, West London, UK.

Cost £10.00 TFA members
/ £15.00 non-members
Lunch and refreshments are provided.

For Details and Booking (required) contact:
rtsf@uccf.org.uk
0116 204 7682

Location and Directions can be found at www.dukestreetchurch.com



*Theology for All is the new name for the Tyndale Fellowship Associates.

5 comments:

  1. I've been trying to figure out for a while now if/how I could get to that conference - without leaving at 6am and paying >£30 return for a journey that will probably go wrong and get me there late any way (come on, British trains). D'you know of anyone planning to/likely to drive down from Birmingham?

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  2. i'm sure someone on your team might? beyond that - go for cheap trains the night before and access the kind hospitality of your colleagues in the London team...

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  3. Is that a picture of Carl Trueman? I could have sworn that it is the cricketer Andrew Strauss.

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