What can we learn from the Presbyterian controversies of the 1920s and 30s? Was Gresham Machen's strategy for dealing with liberalism all good? 3 audio lectures in mp3 format.
Garry Williams examines the theology of Bishop Nicholas Ridley on the Lord's Supper, for which he was martyred. An audio lecture in mp3 format.
Martin Luther's deeply troubling engagement with the Jewish people is still unknown to many Protestants.
With all his usual insight and humour, Gerald Bray describes the history of the early Western church, and examines particularly the great Latin theologian, Tertullian.
Peter Adam examines Puritan models of church reform, with valuable lessons for today's reformers.
Discord and strife between evangelicals in the same institution. Theology faculty on one side, money and ‘practical men’ on the other. The story of how Princeton was lost as conservatives failed to work together.
Graham Beynon gives us an overview of the rise and development of Baptists in England over the last few centuries.