Timothy George Lectures on the Reformation
Written by: Justin Taylor
Bruce Ashford, professor and provost at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, made the comment the other days that “It would be difficult to identify a scholar who can deliver a better public lecture than Timothy George.”
Dr. George, dean of Beeson Divinity School at Samford University in Birmingham, delivered two of the Page Lectures at Southeastern this week on the Reformation:
- An Overview of the Reformation
- What Did the Reformers Think They Were Doing?
You can watch both lectures below, or go here to download the audio or video.
Timothy George’s most famous book is probably Theology of the Reformers (first published in 1988; revised in 2013).
The Biblical Training website also offers a free 15-hour course from Professor George on the subject.
- Church History as a Theological Discipline
- The Importance of Augustine in Reformation Theology
- Scholasticism, Humanism and Mysticism
- Martin Luther: Road to Reformation
- Diversity in the Reformation in Saxony
- Huldrych Zwingli: Something Bold for God
- Calvin’s Role in the Swiss Reformation
- An Overview of Calvin’s Theology
- The Institutes: Book One
- The Institutes: Book One (continued)
- The Institutes: Book Two
- Calvin’s Farewell Address, and Other Issues
from Evangelical History http://ift.tt/2yzwMPs