Michael Haykin

John Taylor: critiqued by Edwards and Wesley

It isn’t every theologian who can claim to have been critiqued by two of the leading Evangelical authors of his day. John Taylor (1694–1761), however, pastor of the Presbyterian work in Norwich—then one of the leading towns in England—was indeed a recipient of this dubious honour.  Taylor was most well-known...

Reintroducing Classics of Reformed Spirituality

https://youtu.be/j7KZtUcXWR8 Transcript In 1999 when we first brought out this volume of the spirituality of Oliver Cromwell as the first volume in our series on Classics of Reformed Spirituality. The goal was to introduce evangelical Christians to some of the riches of their past. In the course of producing volumes in this...

The Christian Mentor

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYw1IsdAVQU Volume 1: The Church Fathers as Spiritual Mentors Volume 2: Reformers and Puritans as Spiritual Mentors Volume 3: Eighteenth Century Evangelicals As Spiritual Mentors