Part 2 of Dr. Nick Needham's lecture on the immediate and lasting impact of the Great Ejection in 1662, upon Puritans and Puritanism in England. He also explains something of the conflict between the Catholic King, James II, and a Protestant parliament, he also gives brief cameos of three leading Puritans, the Presbyterian Richard Baxter, the Independent, John Owen, and the Baptist, John Bunyan.
Dr. Nick NeedhamThe Rev Dr Nick Needham is a Baptist minister originally from London. He holds the degrees of BD and PhD from the University of Edinburgh. He has published...
A talk given by Dr. Nick Needham (Pastor, the Reformed Baptist Church, Inverness, Scotland). The first part of a consideration of the events surrounding the Great Ejection of 1662, and its immediate and lasting impact, chiefly upon the English...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Hounded and harassed by his opponents, on numerous occasions fleeing for his life, Athanasius stood fast in his belief that the Lord Jesus and the Holy Spirit were ‚Äėof the same essence' as The Father, and therefore equally Divine. Leading...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Throughout his life, controversy followed this champion of the Doctrine of the Trinity. Hailed as a Hero of the Faith by such as Martin Luther and John Calvin, Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria, was sent into exile on five occasions, but his legacy...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
William Grimshaw was born on the 14th September 1708 and died, aged 55 on the 7th April 1763. Of all those used of God in the eighteenth-century Evangelical Revival in England very few are less well-known and appreciated than William Grimshaw....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Of all those used of God in the eighteenth-century Evangelical Revival in England very few are less well-known and appreciated than William Grimshaw. His was indeed a remarkable ministry, a ministry which he exercised in the north of England,...[ abbreviated | read entire ]