5 Reasons Why You Need To Come Hear Graeme Goldsworthy

I am making plans to be on campus as much as possible next week (March 18-20) for the Gheens Lectures with Dr. Graeme Goldsworthy.

His book According to Plan may be the most over assigned book in the Southern Seminary curriculum. All the same it’s a great book and not a bad one to read 4 times.

5 Reasons Why You Need To Come Hear Graeme Goldsworthy at Southern Seminary

  1. Hearing his Austrian Australian accent will make his books easier to read
  2. Several Q & A opportunities
  3. Student Luncheon on Tuesday only $3
  4. Most of your professors will grant you a free absence
  5. He is Mark Dever’s homeboy

Tuesday, March 18th

  • “The Necessity and Viability of Biblical Theology”; Alumni Chapel, 10 a.m.
  • Student Luncheon, Heritage Hall, 11:30 a.m.; $3 tickets available in Dr. Moore’s office
  • Book signing, LifeWay Bookstore, 2 p.m.

Wednesday, March 19th

  • “Biblical Theology in the Seminary and Bible College”; Broadus Chapel, 10 a.m.
  • Faculty Luncheon, Heritage Hall, 11:30 a.m.

Thursday, March 20th

  • “Biblical Theology and Its Pastoral Application”; Alumni Chapel, 10 a.m.
  • Chapel Luncheon, President’s Dining Room, 11:30 a.m.
  • Informal Q&A with School of Theology students, Heritage Hall 1:30 p.m.
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9 Responses to 5 Reasons Why You Need To Come Hear Graeme Goldsworthy

  1. Luke Britt says:

    Austrian or Australian? Put another shrimp on the barbie!

  2. Douglas says:

    “Hearing his Austrian accent will make his books easier to read”

    You mean Australian accent? Like “Gday, mate?” Not Austrian as in “Adolf?”

  3. Tony Kummer says:

    Too much Arnold Schwarzenegger in the news – or typing faster than I spell?

    Thanks for the corrections!

  4. I will not be able to attend the Q&A on Tuesday nor the lecture on Wednesday, but I do plan on attending and blogging the Tuesday/Thursday chapels. So…Tony, if you want to knock some rust off your fingers, then feel free to blog the others.

  5. Tony Kummer says:

    Weds is no good for me and my one live blog was torture! Maybe one of our other guys can step up.

    But maybe we can sit together on the other days (Lord willing) and try to act normal.

  6. If I acted normal, people might begin to question what is going on. We’d probably get tackled by security ‘for precautionary measures.’ Anyway, I usually sit right next to the camera that is located in the pews to the right of the chapel as you are looking at the pulpit. I get there pretty early–usually one of the first in the chapel that is not singing.

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  7. Tony Kummer says:

    Right. On second thought I might just sit in the balcony with the chosen frozen.

  8. Steve says:

    Do everything you can to get there! He lectured me at Moore College Sydney, and he is a humble, lovely man, who loves the Lord greatly, and communicates this truth of the Bible beautifully.
    He will clearly show that the whole Bible is about Jesus, from cover to cover.
    Cancel everything!!!!

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