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The 20th Scottish Reformed Conference

Category Announcements
Date April 14, 2009

The 20th Annual Scottish Reformed Conference takes place on Saturday 9th May 2009 in Hamilton College School, Bothwell Road, Hamilton. Registration begins at 9.15am, with the conference commencing at 10.00am, concluding at 3:30 pm.

The speakers for 2009 are Dr Sinclair B Ferguson and Rev Eric J Alexander.

SINCLAIR B FERGUSON is Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina and Professor of Systematic Theology at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas, Texas. As well as being greatly in demand as a conference speaker he is also a much respected author and has written some two dozen books, among them several Banner of Truth titles, including Children of the Living God, The Christian Life, Deserted by God?, Discovering God’s Will, Grow in Grace, A Heart for God, Man Overboard! and a number of volumes in the Trust’s Let’s Study series of commentaries, of which he is Series Editor. Before moving to America he served for five years as Mr Alexander’s successor, in the pulpit of St George’s Tron Church in Glasgow. Dr Ferguson is Chairman of Trustees of the Banner of Truth Trust.

ERIC J ALEXANDER is the renowned former minister of St Georges Tron Church in Glasgow. Now retired from parish ministry he continues to be much in demand as a guest preacher and visiting lecturer, and there are many who value and appreciate his great gifts as an expository preacher. Many are the opportunities regularly presented to him, national and international, to minister the Word of God; this in his own gracious, inspiring and inimitable style. In his writing ministry he has contributed chapters to books on Preaching, John Calvin and the Westminster Divines, to mention but a few. He is also the author of an excellent, recently published, booklet, entitled: What is Biblical Preaching?

Conference fees are £5 for Adults, £4 for Students, with 17s and under Free. Booking can be done online (see below) or by post, or payment can be made at the door. Tea and coffee are provided at no extra cost, but delegates should bring a packed lunch.

A Creche and Children’s Club are provided for children up to the age of 11 years.

There will be a bookstall, run by Banner of Truth, but including titles other than those published by the Trust.

More information can be found at the Conference website, where online booking can also be carried out:

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