Annual Moore College Lectures

The Annual Moore College Lectures is an event open to both College students and the public. It’s expected that the lectures will deal with some aspect of the Reformed and Evangelical faith either by way of biblical exposition or systematic theology. Spanning more than 30 years, many of these lecture series have been subsequently published. Guests at Moore College’s lectures have included theologians from the United Kingdom and the United States, including J.I. Packer, F.F. Bruce, D.A. Carson, Kenneth Kantzer, Henri Blocher, M.J. Ovey, Ashley Null, Chris Green, Mike Horton and Kevin Vanhoozer. 

Annual Moore College Lectures 2017

Reformation Preaching and the Modern Mind

Speaker: 

The Annual Moore College Lectures will be given by Carl Trueman, a well-known church historian who has written extensively on reformation themes. More about our speaker: http://faculty.wts.edu/faculty/trueman/.

Program:

August 3 Public Evening Lecture: 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Marcus Loane Hall, Moore College, 1 King Street, Newtown – Free Event

August 7 First Morning Lecture: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Marcus Loane Hall, Moore College, 1 King Street, Newtown – Free Event

August 8-11 Morning Lectures: 9:00 AM –  11:00 AM, Marcus Loane Hall, Moore College, 1 King Street, Newtown – Free Event

Links:

Livestream to watch a recording of each of the AMCL’s: https://livestream.com/moorecollege

2016 AMCL’s Lecture Outlines: https://myrrh.library.moore.edu.au/handle/10248/8578

2016 AMCL’s Audio & video: https://myrrh.library.moore.edu.au/handle/10248/8578

Previous Lectures Resources

View a list of available previous Moore College lectures audio

History of the Annual Moore College Lectures

This series of lectures was inaugurated by the late Professor F.F. Bruce in 1977 when he came out from Manchester.

View a Complete List of the Previous Annual Moore College Lectures

It is expected that the lectures will deal with some aspect of the Reformed and Evangelical faith either by way of biblical exposition or systematic theology.

It is part of the condition of giving the lectures that they should be submitted for publication for the benefit of current and future generations of lay Christians and students.

The lectures are addressed to the level of theological students and the informed lay person.