In March, Andy Naselli gave a series of lectures on the Early Keswick Movement at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary. The manuscript of these lectuers will be published in the fall 2008 Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal.
Naselli, who is D. A. Carson's Research Assistant at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School,where he is working on his (second!) Ph.D., did his first doctoral dissertation on "Keswick Theology: A Historical and Theological Survey and Analysis of the Doctrine of Sanctification in the Early Keswick Movement, 1875–1920" (Bob Jones University, 2006). Andy was kind enough to send me a copy, which I am currently working through.
This is a topic of special interest to me because as a young Christian I experienced a lot of frustration and disillusionment in my Christian walk due to some faulty teaching on sanctification, holiness, and being filled with the Spirit that had very similar emphases as the Keswick Theology.
John MacArthur's book, Faith Works: The Gospel According to the Apostles (which you can purchase used on Amazon for only $ 0.23!), was the book the Lord initially used to bring me deliverance from this faulty teaching. I still look back to the reading of this important book as a significant turning point in my theological and spiritual formation.
But back to Naselli and Keswick. Detroit Seminary is hosting the following resources from the lecture series:
Handout (five-page PDF)
Power Point presentation as a PDF (eighty slides with lots of pictures) [12.1 MB]
A Historical and Theological Survey of the Early Keswick Movement (1:10:32)
A Theological Analysis of the Early Keswick Movement - Part 1 (57:20)
A Theological Analysis of the Early Keswick Movement - Part 2 (with Q & A) (49:24)
These lectures are academic, but well worth listening to for anyone interested generally in the doctrine of sanctification or more specifically in the early Keswick movement.