Theology and COVID-19: Backgrounds and Reactions to Conspiracy Narratives
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 24 September 2021 — Prof. Dr Michael Rohde
Consultation: Political Tensions of Today and the Church: Exploring Baptist Engagement in Europe
Elstal, Germany, 20-22 November 2019
Consultation on Homosexuality
Smidstrup Strand, Denmark, 16-18 November 2016
Resources from different Unions used at the consultation and for use within unions and churches who want to have a conversation around this topic:
To Danish Baptist Churches On the Place of Homosexuals in the Church. A starter for conversation in the local churches about a present-day ethical problem. Theological Forum 2012 - a taskforce within the Baptist Union in Denmark
Consultation on Freedom of Religion or Belief
27-28 September 2015
Texts of Presentations
Symposium "Baptist Churches and Changing Society: Middle East Experience"
14-17 June 2012
Symposium "Baptist Churches and Changing Society: West European Experience"
12-13 August 2011
Symposium "Baptist Churches and Changing Society: Eastern-European Experience"
30 Sep - 2 Oct 2010
Communities of Conviction: Baptist Beginnings in Europe by Ian M. Randall
European Baptist Federation, 2009
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Ian Randall, who comes from the north of Scotland, studied Economics and History at Aberdeen University, where he met and married Janice, who is a language teacher. After university, Ian worked in human resource management. He later trained at Regent's Park College, Oxford, and became a Baptist pastor. Since 1992 he has taught and has supervised research at Spurgeon’s College, London, and at the International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague. He has published several books, including What a Friend we have in Jesus, The English Baptists of the Twentieth Century and Spiritual Revolution: The Story of OM. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Ian Randall has given us the most comprehensive overview of Baptist life in Europe since the classic study of J. H. Rusbrooke in 1923. Born amidst persecutions and struggle, the Baptist movement has grown over the centuries into a diverse but vibrant expression of the Christian faith. A story masterfully told by a superb historian.
Timothy George Founding Dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama (USA) and a senior editor of Christianity Today
This fascinating volume is more than a compilation of the stories of the regional beginnings of the one European Baptist family; it is a testimony of the enduring grace and goodness of God to a missionary people called Baptist.
David Coffey President of the Baptist World Alliance
The more we are aware of our deep roots, the wider we can spread our wings to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the world. Easy to read and yet hard to digest when we realise just how rich and how challenging our heritage is, Randall’s book is more than a review of our past – it points to our current responsibility and our future calling as Baptists within the whole church of Jesus Christ.
Regina Claas General Secretary of the Union of Evangelical Free Churches (Baptists) in Germany