The Annual Montgomery Apologetics Lecture
Dedicated to the establishment of academic excellence, the LTL facilitates this goal through the collection and maintenence of private scholarly libraries. In 2020 Dr. John Warwick Montgomery agreed to donate his personal library of over 50,000 volumes, a collection that reflects his personal contribution of the legal and evidential approach to the study of scripture. In coordination with his donation, the LTL has established an annual lecture focusing on apologetics (apologia).
The mixing of law and theology has a rich history and the LTL and Dr. Montgomery seek to rely upon this history. From the apostolic mandate to defend the faith (I Peter 3:15), Simon Greenleaf’s Testimony of the Evangelists in the 19th century, to the Warburton Lectures at Lincoln’s Inn, these lectures align the LTL with the original purpose of “Legal London”. (For a fuller recitation of the history of the mixing of law with theology and the relationship of the LTL and Dr. Montgomery, go HERE.)
- 2021 Inaugural Lecture Presented on December 2, 2021, Why Do Unbelievers Reject the Solid Evidences for Christian Truth, John Warwick Montgomery. All available video and resources can be found HERE.
- 2022 Lecture Will be presented on October 8, 2022, Atheism on Trial: A Lawyer Examines the Case for Unbelief, Mark Lanier for Information on registration, watch our website for details and updates.