Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest
Presentations by Dr. Roger D. Duke at the Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest
John Albert Broadus Lecture Series
Teaching Series by Dr. Roger D. Duke
Originally presented at the Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest, Dr. Duke lectures on the relationship between John Albert Broadus and the Doctrine of Election.
John A. Broadus (1827-1895) was a founding faculty member and the second president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He preached to Robert E. Lee’s army during the Civil War and later wrote the enduring classic,
A Treatise on the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons. A. T. Robertson called him "one of the finest fruits of modern Christianity." Charles Spurgeon deemed him the "greatest of living preachers." A. H. Newman described Broadus as "perhaps the greatest man the Baptists have produced."
VOLUME 1: BROADUS EMBRACES THE DOCTRINE OF ELECTION
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"How far should Calvinism be carried?" inquired John Broadus. And as he would later confess, "I cannot fathom the mystery connected with God's sovereignty and man's accountability." Join Dr. Duke, Professor of History of Christian Thought, as he traces and explains how John A. Broadus embraced the doctrine of election. Part 1 in a 2 part series.
VOLUME 2: HOW THE DOCTRINE OF ELECTION AFFECTED JOHN ALBERT BROADUS'S
PASTORAL MINISTRY: AN INQUIRY
Join Dr. Duke as he explores whether the Doctrine of Election had an effect on the pastoral ministry of John A. Broadus. Through historical examination of Broadus's chaplaincy during the Civil War, Dr. Duke endeavors to determine if connections between the two exist. Part 2 in a 2 part series.