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Video Interview with Michael Haykin on Martin Luther

 

Michael A. G. Haykin is Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has authored numerous books including: The Spirit of God: The Exegesis of 1 and 2 Corinthians in the Pneumatomachian Controversy of the Fourth Century (E. J. Brill, 1994); One Heart and One Soul: John Sutcliff of Olney, His Friends, and His Times (Evangelical Press, 1994); Kiffin, Knollys and Keach: Rediscovering Our English Baptist Heritage (Reformation Today Trust, 1996); ‘At the Pure Fountain of Thy Word’: Andrew Fuller as an Apologist (Paternoster Press, 2004); Jonathan Edwards: The Holy Spirit in Revival (Evangelical Press, 2005); The God Who Draws Near: An Introduction to Biblical Spirituality (Evangelical Press, 2007); The Christian Lover: The Sweetness of Love and Marriage in the Letters of Believers (Reformation Trust, 2009); The Empire of the Holy Spirit (Borderstone Press, 2010); Rediscovering the Church Fathers: Who They Were and How They Shaped the Church (Crossway, 2011). Haykin is the director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies and blogs at Historia ecclesiastica. Haykin is married to Alison and they have two children, Victoria and Nigel.

 

 

Source [Credo Magazine]

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What Is Reformation Day All About?

“On Friday, (this past Friday) much of the culture will be focused on candy and things that go bump in the night. Protestants, however, have something far more significant to celebrate on October 31. Friday is Reformation day, which commemorates what was perhaps the greatest move of God’s Spirit since the days of the Apostles. But what is the significance of Reformation Day, and how should we consider the events it commemorates?”

 

 
Read the entire article here.

Happy Reformation Day 2013

October 31, 2013 5 comments

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Happy Reformation Day!

Reformedontheweb wants to wish everyone a happy 2013 Reformation Day.

Happy Reformation Day

October 31, 2012 6 comments

Happy Reformation Day!

This is in remembrance of the day, in which God began a movement through a German Monk, which resulted in the Bible being placed back into the hands of the people.

 

Read my article on this day here.

Happy Reformation Day

Happy Reformation Day everyone. It was this day in the year 1517 that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenburg. He posted these theses in Latin, which was not the common language of the people. He did this in order to discuss the abuses of selling indulgences and he wanted to discuss this with other scholars. The church door acted as a community board. But Martin Luthers students saw his theses and took them and printed them out. Within two weeks the whole country had heard or read about Martin Luther’s complaints and thus the Reformation began.

You can read more about this on my website www.reformedontheweb.com under the link Links to the Reformers.

This week I will again postpone my post until the AT&T network can get straightened out.