Historiae ecclesiasticae collecta: a weekly roundup of blogs, articles, books, and more

By Dustin Bruce


  1. Justin Taylor highlights “10 Key Events: Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism in 20th Century America” on Between Two Worlds.
  2. Nathan Finn posts on “Ten Reasons to Read Jonathan Edwards” on Between the Times.
  3. On The Gospel Coalition, Derek Rishmawy reviews Calvin on the Christian Life by Michael Horton.
  4. Miles Mullin tells how “History Surprises” at The Anxious Bench.
  5. Also on The Anxious Bench, Thomas Kidd discusses “The Quaker Contribution to Religious Liberty.
  6. If you missed this video, go on “A tour of the British Isles in accents.”
  7. Also, watch history in the making on the recent PBS special on “The New Calvinism.”
  8. John Fea, on The Way of Improvement Leads Home, highlights a recent interview by Adam Goodheart on his recent book, The Civil War Awakening.
  9. Fea also points to George Marsden’s recent review of a book he edited, Confessing History.

Recent Book Releases

  1. David Garrioch, The Hugenots of Paris and the Coming of Religious Freedom, 1685–1789. Cambridge.
  2. Jonathan Riley­–Smith, The Crusades: A History, 3rd ed.  Bloomsbury Academic.
  3. Alister Chapman, Godly Ambition: John Stott and the Evangelical Movement (paperback). Oxford.

From the Fuller Center

  1. Contributor, Evan Burns, highlights Francis Wayland’s comments on Adoniram Judson in “We Reap on Zion’s Hill.”
  2. Steve Weaver highlights a recent interview Michael Haykin did on the “Always Ready” radio program.

What did I miss this week?  Share in the comments or on Twitter: @AFCBS or @dustinbruce.

Note: Inclusion of an article, book, or any other form of media on the Historiae ecclesiasticae collecta does not constitute a theological endorsement by the compiler, Michael Haykin, the Andrew Fuller Center or Southern Seminary.


Dustin Bruce lives in Louisville, KY where he is pursuing a PhD in Biblical Spirituality at Southern Seminary. He is a graduate of Auburn University and Southwestern Seminary. Dustin and his wife, Whitney, originally hail from Alabama.