'Uncovering Our Baptist Story' - Discover the riches and relevance of our shared story - four fascinating webinars hosted by the Baptist Historical Society @Baphistsoc @baptistuniongb @BMSWorldMission @BaptistTimes https://t.co/PAxEgtw8yy https://t.co/4Ly8WKixeD
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Theology Live 2020
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- Ruth Moriarty — Slow wisdom and the Baptist practice of discernment
- Gale Richards — John Murton - An early pioneer of the empowerment or exploitation of women in Baptist ministry?
- Linda Hopkins — Spaces for learning – reflections from a visual ethnographic study of young Baptists’ experiences of Communion
- Sian Hancock — If you have ears to hear listen: the theological endeavour of listening to the voices of girls aged 7-14
- Molly Boot — How did Margery Kempe (d. after 1438) understand her role in relation to wider medieval discourse on the ordination of women?: Or why Baptists should care about medieval studies, even though we weren’t around then.
- Christine Joynes — Seeing the Scriptures: Interpreting Mark's Gospel through Art
- Simon Woodman — “I have a vision” - Assessing the Impact of Martin Luther King Preaching on the Book of Revelation at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
- Jeff Jacobson — What are ‘His laws’?: Exploring an ambiguous phrase in the Declaration of Principle
- Israel Olofinjana — Reflections on African Diaspora Christianity and Missions: Towards African British Theology
- Mark Ord — Leaving the Gathered Community: ecclesial practices and the dispersed church
- Craig Gardiner — 11 O'Clock Tick Tock: Discipling Time
- Andy Goodliff — Baptists and Homosexuality: A Brief History of the Debate since 1987
- James Henley — 'Real Presence': Exploring the political significance of the Eucharist in conversation with Catholics and Baptists
- Joshua Searle — Freedom, Compassion and Creativity: New Points of Departure for Public Theology in a Post-Christian Age
- Anthony Reddie — African Religio-Cultural Expression as a Riposte to Mission Christianity: A Worked Example
- Plenary: Anthony Reddie and Steve Holmes