Nathan A. Finn | Historian, Theologian, Teacher, PreacherTime 2021-09-01 23:20:51
Description:Home Follow Photo courtesy of Rebeka EppsLatest Sermons, Lectures, and PodcastsMay 10, 2021. I delivered a lecture titled “Biography as Theology Reconsidered: The Role of Biography in Cultivating Theological Wisdom” for the Regional Convivium of the Davenant Institute. The lecture is available on the Common Places podcast.April 12, 2021. Jason Duesing and I discussed our new book Historical Theology for the Church on the Preachers and Preaching podcast.January 17, 2021. I preached on Matthew 6:5-15 at Lee Road Baptist Church in Taylors, SC. A video of the sermon is available on the Lee Road website.September 21, 2020. I spoke in chapel at North Greenville University on the topic of From the Promised Land to the Dark Corner: The Spiritual Value of Remembering for 1892 Week. The message is available on the NGU chapel website.September 18, 2020. Josh Powell and I discussed whether or not Southern Baptists should call themselves Great Commission Baptists on the Baptist 21 podcast.October 26, 2020. I preached on John 3:16 at Taylors First Baptist Church in Taylors, SC. Audio of sermon is available on the Taylors FBC podcast.September 5, 2020. I discussed the importance of the doctrine of biblical inerrancy for the Pilgrim Radio podcast.August 16, 2020. I preached on 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 at Mountain Creek Baptist Church in Greenville, SC. A video of the sermon is available on the Mountain Creek website.Latest Online PublicationsJuly 6, 2021. I published a first person for Baptist Press titled Living in Light of the Second Coming. June 25, 2021. I published a blog post for Baptist 21 titled Southern Baptist Fundamentalism, Then and Now. The Gospel Coalition re-published the post at their Evangelical History blog on July 1, 2021.June 7, 2021. I published a book review titled A Theological Defense of the Liberal State for Public Discourse. The review is of Andrew Walker, Liberty for All: Defending Everyone s Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Age. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2021.June 7, 2021. I published a first person for Baptist Press titled “Praying for a New College Missionary Movement. March 1, 2021. I published a book review for The Gospel Coalition titled R.C. Sproul s Legacy: Theology is For Everyday Believers. The review of Stephen J. Nichols, R.C. Sproul: A Life. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2021.Latest Academic PublicationsBooksUnderstanding Andrew Fuller: Reflections on His Life, Thought, and Legacy, vol. 1, co-edited with Jeffrey Robinson and Shane Shaddix (Dundas, Ontario: H E Publishing, 2021).Historical Theology for the Church, co-edited with Jason G. Duesing (Nashville, TN: B H Academic, 2021).Articles, Essays, and Contributed Chapters“Evangelical by Conviction, Baptist by Tradition: David Dockery’s Vision for Southern Baptist Higher Education,” in Baptists and Culture: Proceedings on the Sixth Annual International Conference on Baptist Studies, ed. William L. Pitts, pp. 279–94. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2021.“Introduction,” in Understanding Andrew Fuller: Reflections on His Life, Thought, and Legacy, vol. 1, eds. Nathan A. Finn, Jeffrey Robinson, and Shane Shaddix, pp. 1–3. Dundas, Ontario: H E, 2021.“Andrew Fuller and the Future of Baptist Theology,” in Understanding Andrew Fuller: Reflections on His Life, Thought, and Legacy, vol. 1, eds. Nathan A. Finn, Jeffrey Robinson, and Shane Shaddix, pp. 151–64. Dundas, Ontario: H E, 2021. Scripture and Authority, Historical Theology for the Church, eds. Jason G. Duesing and Nathan A. Finn, pp. 251–271. Nashville, TN: B H Academic, 2021. Conclusion, Historical Theology for the Church, eds. Jason G. Duesing and Nathan A. Finn, pp. 387–92. Nashville, TN: B H Academic, 2021.Book ReviewsReview of Rhys S. Bezzant, Edwards the Mentor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. For Southeastern Theological Review 12.1 (Spring 2021): 157–59.Review of Matthew Y. Emerson, Christopher W. Morgan, and R. Lucas Stamps, eds., Baptists and the Christian Tradition: Toward an Evangelical Baptist Catholicity. Nashville, TN: B H Academic, 2020. For The Southwestern Journal of Theology 63.1 (Fall 2020): 181–84.Review of Kyle C. Strobel, Adriaan C. Neele, and Kenneth P. Minkema, eds. Jonathan Edwards: Spiritual Writings. The Classics of Western Spirituality. New York: Paulist, 2019. Book Review for Themelios 45.2 (August 2020): 438–39.
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