Listen to the August 5, 2019 show of Iron Sharpens Iron with Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin on “Augustine: His Life & Legacy (& Why 21st Century Protestants Should Never Ignore Or Forget this 4th & 5th Century Bishop of Hippo, North Africa)”Read More
Of modern 20th-century novelists, J.R.R. Tolkien is, in my opinion, undoubtedly the best. And I agree wholeheartedly with those surveys done in the UK at the turn of this century that placed him way out in front of modernist novelists. Now, in The Hobbit, there is a great description of the elf-lord Elrond’s house inRead More
The name of Henry Melvill Gwatkin (1844–1916) has long been a familiar one through his standard examination of the Arian heresy, Studies of Arianism (1882), which remains a classical study of this ancient heresy and which I used extensively while doing doctoral studies. What follows in the next few paragraphs is based on aRead More
Hanserd Knollys (1609–91) was a godly pastor/leader and prolific writer among the early Calvinistic Baptists of the seventeenth century. His life and ministry demonstrated a heart for the gospel of Jesus Christ. Despite imprisonment and persecution, he preached the gospel continuously andRead More
This past January my wife and I were on the West Coast at the inaugural conference of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary, or JEC West. Dr Doug Sweeney, of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, gave an excellent presentation on regeneration in the thought of Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) and how, for EdwardsRead More
The Greek Christian author Basil of Caesarea (c.330–379) is usually remembered by church historians of late antiquity as an extremely important theologian, whose defense of the deity of the Holy Spirit in the final stages of the Arian controversy played a critical role in the formulation of the orthodox Christian teachingRead More
“The Spirit of God is given to the true saints to dwell in them, as his proper lasting abode… The light of the Sun of Righteousness don’t only shine upon them, but is so communicated to them, that they shine also, and become little images of that Sun which shines upon them…”Read More
On the second night of the 2018 annual Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary Conference, Dr. Joel Beeke was honored with a festschrift in his name. Editors for this special work were Dr. Michael Haykin and Mr. Paul Smalley.
To purchase a copy of this significant work, visit Reformation Heritage Books.