David Hilborn

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David Hilborn is Academic Dean and Senior Lecturer in Church History at London School of Theology. David was previously Principal of Moorlands College. Prior to that he led St Johns College, Nottingham and was Assistant Dean of St Mellitus College, based in London. This followed nine years as Head of Theology at the Evangelical Alliance UK, during which time he also served on the Executive of the World Evangelical Alliance Theological Commission. David is an ordained Anglican minister and was a member of the Church of England’s Faith and Order Commission from 2006-2016. He currently chairs the Evangelical Alliance’s Theological Advisory Group. He is a graduate of the Universities of Nottingham (BA, PhD) and Oxford (MA), and has led or served on the ministry teams of five local churches. He has authored or edited several books, including Picking Up the Pieces (Hodder), The Nature of Hell, ‘Toronto in Perspective, One Body in Christ, Movement for Change (Paternoster) and The Atonement Debate (Zondervan). He is currently co-editing a book on Anglican-Pentecostal co-operation. David is a Londoner by birth and is married to Mia, a senior hospital chaplain. They have two grown-up children. He loves cricket and enjoys a wide range of music.
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What are some ways that the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation was observed in Europe?
David Hilborn History › ... › Reformation 00:00:00 855 22 May 2018
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How has generational segmentation changed approaches to Christian ministry?
David Hilborn EvangelismMission for God’s People 00:00:00 516 22 May 2018
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How is secular thinking about generations different than the Bible’s?
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What essential differences persist between contemporary Protestantism and Roman Catholicism?
David Hilborn History › ... › Reformation 00:00:00 1,193 22 May 2018
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How has the Reformation view of justification led to social and political reforms?
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How have recent historians and thinkers reflected on the legacy of the Reformation?
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What are some practical ways to bring Christians from different generations together?
David Hilborn EvangelismMission for God’s People 00:00:00 651 22 May 2018
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Why are different generations often pitted against one another?
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What is the “generation gap problem”?
David Hilborn EvangelismMission for God’s People 00:00:00 523 22 May 2018
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How did the Reformation influence the development of later Christian movements?
David Hilborn History › ... › Reformation 00:00:00 981 22 May 2018

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