By Michael A.G. Haykin
In a world that seems to be increasingly digital, news about successes in print publishing is good news for those of us who love “hard” books. A relatively new publishing house to look out for is BorderStone Press, run by editorial directors Brian Mooney and Roger Duke, which has begun to issue some noteworthy titles: our own Nathan Finn’s new edition of the elder Robert Hall’s Help to Zion’s Travellers; two new studies by Kieran Beville—a dear friend who teaches at Tyndale Seminary in Holland—one on Christmas and the other on the Lord’s Prayer; a study of Bunyan on prayer by Brian Najapfour (a pastor and doctoral candidate in MI); and Michael McMullen’s edition of some unpublished sermons of Jonathan Edwards (Dr McMullen teaches at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is involved in editing one of the volumes in the Andrew Fuller Works Project).
Keep up the good work, Brian and Roger!
Michael A.G. Haykin is the director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. He also serves as Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Haykin and his wife Alison have two grown children, Victoria and Nigel.