Baptist Spirituality Conference Audio

by Mark Lamprecht on September 11, 2009 · 7 comments

The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies hosted the conference Baptist Spirituality: Historical Perspectives on August 24-25, 2009. Some of you might find this conference interesting and helpful. I did not want it to fall off the radar.

Most of the audio is up. You can check the direct link for further updates. My pastor even presented though the audio for his session is not up yet.

The Yarnell-Haykin dialogue was particularly interesting as was Kevin Smith’s presentation on African-American Baptists.

Monday, August 24

9:00 am Plenary Session 1: Crawford Gribben

 

10:25 am Plenary Session 2: Robert Strivens

 

11:45 am Plenary Session 3: Gerald Priest

 

2:30-5:00 pm Parallel Sessions

1. English Baptist Piety in the 17th and 18th Centuries (Chair: Paul Brewster)

  • J. Stephen Yuille “Saving Faith Discovered in Three Heavenly Conferences: A Look at the Pastoral Ministry of a 17th Century Baptist Pastor” (MP3 Coming soon)


2. Baptist Piety in 19th Century Great Britain (Chair: Michael Haykin)

  • Terry Wolever “Conveying a Sense of God’s Greatness: Joseph Kinghorn and the Impress of Christian Piety” (MP3 Coming soon)


3. Baptist Piety in 19th Century North America (Chair: Jeff Robinson)

  • Aaron Menikoff “Do Baptists Hold to the Spirituality of the Church? A Historical Look at the Causes and Consequences of the Nineteenth-Century Temperance Movement” (MP3  Coming soon)


8:15 pm Plenary Session 4: Greg Thornbury

  • “Baptist Spirituality and Theological Education” (Audio Not Available)

Tuesday, August 25

10:00 am SBTS Convocation: R. Albert Mohler


11:40 am Plenary Session 5: Tom Nettles


2:30-3:30 pm Plenary Session 6: Greg Wills

 

3:40-4:50 pm Plenary Session 7: Kevin Smith

 

“Amsterdam 400”: A Quatercentennial Celebration of Baptist Witness

  • 6:45 pm “Spirituality of Historic Baptist Hymnody: A Hymn Sing” (MP3 Coming soon)

7:45 pm Plenary Session 8: Malcolm Yarnell

  • “‘We Believe with the Heart and with the Mouth Confess’: The Engaging Piety of John Smyth and the Early General Baptists” (MP3 Coming soon)

 

9:00 pm A Late Night Discussion between Drs. Yarnell and Haykin

Love to hear your feedback.

ENJOY!

1 Stan McCullars September 11, 2009 at 11:40 am

Thanks for posting. Looks like the mp3 player in my car will never get any rest! :)
.-= Stan McCullars´s last blog ..Pro-life activist shot dead near Owosso (Michigan) High =-.

2 Barry Wallace September 12, 2009 at 10:25 am

That’s a good lineup of speakers. I won’t have time to listen to the majority of these, though. Besides the two sessions you already mentioned are there any others you specifically recommend? Thanks!
.-= Barry Wallace´s last blog ..Defining Biblical Counseling, and a Word about Epistemology =-.

3 Dr. James Willingham September 12, 2009 at 3:27 pm

Wish I knew enough about my computer and had an MP3 player to down load the audios.
.-= Dr. James Willingham´s last blog ..The Climax of the Reformation =-.

4 Mark Lamprecht September 12, 2009 at 4:51 pm

Barry, I’ll have to get back to you on that.

Dr. Willingham, how can I help? I’m sure your computer has an mp3 player.
.-= Mark Lamprecht´s last blog ..Lord’s Day 09/13 You =-.

5 Dr. James Willingham September 13, 2009 at 4:56 pm

Mark, if it does, I am ignorant of how to use it…as well as how it works. My children consider me to be computer illiterate. Every painful to one with a lot of time in the classroom. I suspect it helps them feel better to be one-up on Dad.
.-= Dr. James Willingham´s last blog ..The Climax of the Reformation =-.

6 Mark Lamprecht September 14, 2009 at 1:48 pm

How about downloading an mp3 to your desktop then clicking to open it and see if your audio player automatically plays it?
.-= Mark Lamprecht´s last blog ..Lord’s Day 09/13 You =-.

7 Dr. James Willingham September 17, 2009 at 9:46 pm

How? I don’t have an Mp3.
.-= Dr. James Willingham´s last blog ..The Climax of the Reformation =-.

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