The 2014 Haddington House Journal is now in the mail to all our subscribers! If you have not yet ordered your copy, you can do so with PayPal or your credit card here. The table of contents for the journal is here.
Nancy is now working at the new library circulation desk at Dumisani Theological Institute, King William’s Town, South Africa – located in a former garrison chapel building. The next stage is to complete the new shelving and then the books that have been stored during renovations can be brought out for display and circulation.
Early this fall we were able to send a large box of theological books as well as Haddington House publications to a Bible college in Zambia. Here is part of the note of thanks we recently received from them: “On behalf of our Bible Institute, we are humbled to you and your ministry for helping us with theological books for library purpose as we had no books at all. Thank you so much for the good work you are doing for God and may God bless you abundantly.” This picture was attached to his email:
Thank you to all who have made donations in support of this valuable ministry of Haddington House!
An article by our director, Dr. Whytock, has been accepted and is now available on the electronic Dictionary of African Christian Biography. Click here to see his article on Carl Hugo Gutsche, 19th century German Baptist missionary to South Africa.
Readers will be delighted to learn that back issues of the Haddington House Journal are now available not only on our own website but also on the highly popular website in the U.K. – Biblical Studies.org.uk. This site has over 18,000 articles with 70 different journals. Being added to this popular site has greatly increased our worldwide presence. Good news is worth sharing – we thought that you would be as excited as we are. Students, here is a treasure of resources for free!