Anthony Buzzard - An Interview In Atlanta
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J. Dan Gill interviews Anthony Buzzard at his home near Atlanta. In the course of this interview, a variety of interesting Scriptural issues are considered. In his own unique fashion Professor Buzzard addresses a number of interesting subjects including the meaning of the Hebrew word "echad," consideration of "pre-existence" issues, and a variety of other matters. Don't miss this rare opportunity to enjoy an afternoon with Anthony Buzzard and take in his interaction with 21st Century Reformation.
About Anthony Buzzard
Sir Anthony Buzzard is one of the most energetic and persuasive voices of our day encouraging Christians to pursue reformation and restoration of original Christianity. He brings to us his passion for Christians to complete what he calls the "unfinished work" of the Reformation. Anthony is a man of genuine faith whose good heart and humble spirit is valued by many who have been blessed by his writings, teachings, and exhortations.
Anthony Buzzard is the author of numerous books including: Jesus Was Not a Trinitarian: a Call to Return to the Creed of Jesus; Who is Jesus? A Plea for a Return to Belief in Jesus the Messiah and The Doctrine of the Trinity: Christianity's Self Inflicted Wound. Anthony is the author of many theological articles and papers. He is the editor of Focus on the Kingdom and co-editor of A Journal From the Radical Reformation. Retiring after 24 years on the staff of Atlanta Bible College, he continues to write, teach and travel, fulfilling a life-long desire to make the best of Bible scholarship available to the wider church-going public.
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Articles by Anthony Buzzard
- John 1:1 Caveat Lector (Reader Beware)
- What’s in a Vowel Point? The Difference between God and Man in Psalm 110:1
- Adam Pastor
- John Biddle
- John Milton
- Sir Isaac Newton