Last week I was honored to give the 2008 William R. Rice Lecture Series at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary on “Keswick Theology: A Survey and Analysis of the Doctrine of Sanctification in the Early Keswick Movement.” (Update: It’s available as a PDF.)
The manuscript for this lecture series is scheduled for publication in the fall 2008 Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal. It distills my first dissertation (“Keswick Theology: A Historical and Theological Survey and Analysis of the Doctrine of Sanctification in the Early Keswick Movement, 1875–1920,” Ph.D. dissertation, Bob Jones University, 2006; xxiv + 387 pp.) from about 100,000 to 20,000 words.
Detroit Seminary is hosting the following resources from the lecture series:
- Handout (five-page PDF)
- Power Point presentation as a PDF (eighty slides with lots of pictures) [12.1 MB]
Update (June 2, 2010): This analysis of Keswick theology is updated and now available as a book.
Update on 8/23/2017: My latest book attempts to survey and analyze “let go and let God” theology more accessibly: