Our news page allows you to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the Baptist Historical Society.
You can watch William H. Brackney’s Lecture: Perticular or Particular?
At the end of February in partnership with the Oxford Centre for Baptist Studies, Regent’s Park College, the Society launched a new book from Andy Goodliff, a member of the Society: Renewing a Modern Denomination (Pickwick, 2020).
A recording of the launch can be view here.
The Society with the Oxford Centre for Baptist Studies are hosting a launch and discussion of the book online on Friday 26th February, 12.30-2pm. To find out more or to register please contact christine [dot] joynes [at] regents [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk.
The Centre for Baptist Studies in Oxford have published the papers from last year’s one day conference on the Salters’ Hall Debates that took place in 1719. Trinity, Creed and Confusion is edited by Stephen Copson, the Society’s Secretary and includes chapters by Stephen Holmes, Peter Shepherd, Malcolm Yarnell III and others.
It is available via Amazon for £18.
The Angus Library, based at Regent’s Park College, Oxford has created a new way of staying in touch and supporting their work, by inviting people to become a Friend of the Angus. See here for more.
They are also running some online seminars called ‘Opening the Angus’, to mark the launch of the Friends project and you can register visit here.
Each webinar will begin at 7.30pm and finish by 8.45pm.
To register for this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Speakers include Ruth Gouldbourne, Stephen Copson, Karen Smith, Peter Morden, Wale Hudson-Roberts, Kang-San Tan, Rosemarie Davidson-Gotobed, Doreen Morrison, Ruth Moriarty and others.
Due to the prevailing restrictions imposed because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the BHS Committee has decided to hold the AGM online this year. This will take place on Wednesday June 3rd at 12.15pm. The meeting is open to personal members of BHS. If you wish to attend, please give your name and email address to Stephen Copson on email@example.com by May 22nd. You will then be given access to the Zoom location and also the Annual Report and Accounts, Baptist Quarterly annual report and the agenda.
This will be a day of interest to many – please pass on the news…
ICOBS is a triennial conference dedicated to the study of Baptist history and thought. Scholars from all over the world have been participating in ICOBS since our first conference at Oxford University in 1997. Our next ICOBS will be held at North Greenville University in Tigerville, South Carolina, USA on July 21-24, 2021. The theme for that conference will be “Baptists and Gender.”
Find out more here; ICOBS Conference