Westminster Conference, 2007

October 25, 2007

For those of you not on the mailing list, the details of this year’s Westminster Conference have been sent out. It’s on Tuesday/Wednesday 11th-12th December at Friend’s House, 173 Euston Rd, London, opposite Euston Station. The cost is £35 (£20 for full-time students). The programme is:

Tuesday 11th December

The Clapham Sect and the Abolition of Slavery – Roger Fay

Charles Wesley and his Hymns – Graham Harrison

Preaching – “ex opere operato” – Robert Strivens

Wednesday 12th December

Turretin and the place of Systematic Theology – Maurice Roberts

Stephen Charnock and the Knowledge of God in Christ – Jeremy Walker

The Preaching of John Newton – John Harris

Further information and booking forms available from John Harris, 8 Back Knowl Rd, Mirfield, W. Yorks, WF14 9SA


5 Responses to “Westminster Conference, 2007”

  1. Edwin Tay Says:

    Thanks for this Richard. Failing to locate it on the web, I’ve written personally to John Harris about the conference. It’s good to know that it’s on.

  2. Edwin Tay Says:

    BTW, if you’re going, perhaps we might be able to chat about the atonement since you’re working on it too.

  3. RS Says:

    Yes, they don’t have a website. I might be going. Not decided on that yet. Would be good to talk atonement at some stage. I have something on Owen and atonement in the pipeline and would like to discuss this.

  4. Gary Brady Says:

    Thanks for this which I’ve pasted to my blog – saves copying it out.

  5. RS Says:

    Ok. I suspect that you are the same Gary Brady I sat next to at the conference a few years ago. RS

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