English Baptists of the 17th Century: Conference Downloads

Michael Haykin's research assistant has posted details of the availability of MP3 downloads of the papers given at a recent Conference on 17th Century English Baptists. I am posting the details and links here.  It looks like there are a number of good things here.

Conference Description

The theme of the 2008 conference was, “The English Baptists of the
17th Century.” Featured speakers included: R. Albert Mohler, Jr., Barry
Howson, Larry Kreitzer, Tom Nettles, Jim Renihan, Austin Walker, and
Malcolm Yarnell. Other up and coming Baptist History scholars presented
papers as well.

Conference Schedule and Audio

The topics of this conference are available below. It is hoped that
many of these papers will be published in book form in the near future.
In the meantime, the audio is available below in MP3 format. To
download the audio, right click on the title of the lecture which you
would like to download, then select “Save As…” (alternately, it could
be called, “Save Target As..,.” or “Save Link As…”). Most computers
will also allow you to stream the audio by simply clicking on the “MP3”

Monday, August 25

9:00 AM An Opening Word (MP3)
Dr. Michael Haykin (Director of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies)

9:10 AM Plenary Session 1: “The English Calvinistic Baptists of the 17th Century—An Overview” (MP3)
Dr. Malcolm Yarnell (Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary)

10:25 AM Plenary Session 2: “John Spilsbury and the Beginning of the Baptists” (MP3)
Dr. Tom Nettles (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

11:40 AM Plenary Session 3: “Hanserd Knollys (1599-1691) and the Interpretation of Revelation” (MP3)
Dr. Barry Howson (Heritage Theological Seminary)

2:45—3:25 PM Parallel Session 1:

3:35—4:15 PM Parallel Session 2:

8:30 PM Plenary Session 4: “The Importance of Baptist Confessionalism” (MP3)
Dr. Albert Mohler (President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

Tuesday, August 26

8:45 AM Plenary Session 5: “The Strange Case of Thomas Collier” (MP3)
Dr. James Renihan (Dean, The Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies)

11:30 AM Plenary Session 6: “Benjamin Keach and the Protestant Cause Under Persecution” (MP3)
Austin Walker (Pastor, Maidenbower Baptist Church, Crawley, UK)

2:20 – 3:00 PM – Parallel Session 3:

3:10 – 3:50 PM – Parallel Session 4:

4:00 PM Plenary Session 7: “William Kiffin (1616-1701)—His Life and Thought” (MP3)
Dr Larry Kreitzer (Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford)

5:00—5:10 PM A Closing Word (MP3)
Dr. Michael Haykin (Director, The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies)