From February 13-15, 2020, Reformed Baptist Seminary will offer a three-day module on the history of the English Particular Baptists. Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin will serve as the lecturer, and he will provide a detailed study of the theology and piety of English Particular Baptists from their origins in the 1630s to the 1830s. Key themes that are treated include: the community’s Trinitarian and Christocentric piety; the confessional heritage; the centrality of the Scriptures and the resulting spirituality of the Word; conversionism; the spirituality of baptism and the Lord’s Supper; and the community’s theology of prayer, praying for revival, and the emergence of the modern missionary movement.
Students, alumni, and auditors are welcome. Emmanuel Baptist Church of Coconut Creek will host the module and may be able to offer lodging to a limited number of registrants.
See the LECTURE SCHEDULE.