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Conference Audio Posted for “Religious Liberty and the Cross”

May 15th, 2012 Posted in 17th Century, Baptist Life & Thought, Church History, Conferences, Puritans

Audio of our most recent mini-conference, “Religious Liberty and the Cross: 1662 and the Persecution of the Puritans,” is now online on the conference page. I have posted the links to the audio files below.
Audio from previous conferences can be accessed on the respective conference pages found here. Registration will be opening soon for our sixth annual two-day conference. See the Schedule and Call for Parallel Session Papers.
Posted by Steve Weaver, Research Assistant to the Director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, Dr. Michael A.G. Haykin.

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2 Responses to “Conference Audio Posted for “Religious Liberty and the Cross””

  1. Julian Says:

    Praise the Lord he has delivered us from the legalism and casuistry of the Puritans.

  2. Steve Weaver Says:

    Dear Julian,

    I trust your comment was in jest. If not, you are simply perpetuating a common mischaracterization of the Puritans. The Puritans, as a whole, exemplified grace-filled lives which simply sought to live every aspect of their lives to God’s glory. Their attempts to apply the truths of God’s Word to situations of everyday life is to be applauded. We may not agree with them in every instance, but the impulse is a proper one.

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