Posts Tagged Conferences

Protestant Reformation Society – The Priority of Preaching

Protestant  Reformation Society Autumn Conference If the trumpet give an uncertain sound … The Priority of Preaching at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford September 1st – 3rd, 2015 Cost: £125.00       Full-time Students: £62.50 Dr. D.A. Scales, General Secretary, Protestant Reformation Society 15 Grange Court, Cambridge, CB3 9BD Email: TUESDAY Arrive TUESDAY afternoon (not before 2.00 p.m., please) 4.00 Tea 4.45 First Session * The Teaching and Practice of Our Lord The Rev. Dr. R.T. Beckwith, M.A., B.D., D.D. (formerly Warden, Latimer House, Oxford; Vice-President of P.R.S.; Chairman of P.R.S. Executive Committee) 6.30 Dinner 7.45 Second Session Apostolic Preaching The Rt. Rev…. Full Article

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The 2007 Protestant Reformation Conference

The 2007 Protestant Reformation Conference: August 28-30      The PRS met once again at Regents Park College, Oxford for their annual conference. The college is situated centrally in what must be one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. The staff made all their guests most comfortable and the fellowship was deep and sweet indeed. As usual at such a conference, the conversations which took place quite equalled the lectures in benefit and depth. This year’s topic was ‘Secularism and the Christian Faith: A Study of the Growth of Secularism and its Consequences for the Church and Society’, not the easiest subject for the speakers.      Under the excellent Chairmanship of the Rev. B.G. Felce, the sessions commenced with the Rev…. Full Article

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The Fifteenth Haamstede Conference

     The annual Dutch Haamstede Conference, held in Garderen, which draws some 160 pastors, evangelists and teachers has become a spiritual home for me and a highlight of each year. The conferences I occasionally visit in Scandinavia, Germany, North America and England are edifying and instructive, but there is just nothing to compare with the deep spirituality, warm fellowship, eager optimism and high academic standard found amongst the Dutch brethren. A particular joy this year was to see the large number of young pastors who hold to the doctrines of grace and the evangelistic responsibility placed on their shoulders.      However, the conference started on a sad note with the announcement that Pastor P. den Butter, a true… Full Article

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