The Dr G.R. Beasley-Murray Memorial Lectures were delivered annually between 2002 and 2012 with the aim of extending the legacy of this significant New Testament scholar and church leader into the twenty-first century. Themes addressed include baptism, ministry, preaching, mission, and theological faithfulness. Having first been delivered at the annual Assembly of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the lectures in this volume are now made available to a wider audience and will be of interest to church leaders across the denominations and across the world, and not least to those who stand in Beasley-Murray's own Baptist tradition. George Beasley-Murray died in 2000. The lectures cover a wide range of topics, from baptism to missions, from Evangelical identity to preaching. The lecturers are: Paul Beasley-Murray, former Principal of Spurgeon's College; David Coffey, former President of the Baptist Union and of the Baptist World Alliance; John E. Colwell, Pastor of Budleigh Salterton Baptist Church; Anthony R. Cross, Emeritus Director of the Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, Oxford; Ruth M.B. Gouldbourne, former Tutor in Church History at Bristol Baptist College; Stephen R. Holmes, Senior Lecturer at the University of St Andrews; Mark Hopkins, Associate Professor of Church History, Theological College of Northern Nigeria; Bruce Milne, formerly Minister of First Baptist Church, Toronto; Michael Quicke, former Principal of Spurgeon's College, London; Brian Stanley, Professor of World Christianity, University of Edinburgh.
Publisher: James Clarke & Co Ltd
Number of pages: 234
Weight: 350 g
Dimensions: 229 x 153 x 15 mm
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