Darby Day Lectures – Trinity College, Dublin

The Darby Day Lectures are now available online courtesy of the Trinity Millennium Project. If you have an interest in the history of dispensationalism or J. N. Darby, you will enjoy these lectures. You can find them in MP3 format here. They are the following:

Dr Thomas Ice – “J. N. Darby and the Irvingites.” Sadly Dr Ice was unable to be with us, so this paper is delivered in Crawford Gribben’s dulcet Glasgow tones, rather than Tommy’s Texas drawl.

Dr Paul Wilkinson – “Can these bones live? – J. N. Darby and the Return of Israel’s King.”

Dr Mark Sweetnam – “Two Peoples, Two Destinies, Two Bibles? – J. N. Darby’s Differential Hermeneutic.”

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5 Responses to Darby Day Lectures – Trinity College, Dublin

  1. pastorkme says:

    Allen – Though raised by a father who had come out of a Plymouth Brethren circles and no longer used his Scofield Bible, I do want to give a fair hearing especially to the history of dispensationalism. Have you read Dallimore’s excellent book on Edward Irving? Quite a fair assessment.

  2. allenmickle says:

    Keith,

    Just as I want to be fair to those of differing position even though I maintain a dispensational framework and hermeneutic. I am familiar with the book by Dallimore but have not read it yet. I will seek to get a copy! Thanks for the recommendation.

    Allen

  3. Davey Boyd says:

    What a great find. I’m downloading the lectures to have a listen since it was just last month that I was considering Dispensational teaching once again.

  4. allenmickle says:

    Glad you found this helpful! Glad also to hear about your desire to re-evaluate dispensational teachings again. Blessings!

    Allen Mickle

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