Michael A. G. Haykin

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As historians look at history, they seek to discern the forces or people that have shaped the past. My own historical convictions have led me to focus on people as the main actors on the stage of history, not economic force or ideologies per se. Yet, there is definitely a place to evaluate the impact […]

Michael A. G. Haykin
Monday, April 25th 2022

The English Puritan search for the New Testament’s pattern or blueprint of how to “do church” formed the matrix of Baptist origins in the first half of the seventeenth century. Of the two Baptist communities that emerged in this era—the General Baptists, who were Arminian, and the Particular Baptists, who were Calvinistic—the latter were far […]

Michael A. G. Haykin
Tuesday, March 1st 2022

Writing the history of the Christian Faith in the archipelago of Britain and Ireland with all of its complexity and fascinating rabbit-trails is a daunting task for any historian, as Prof. Gerald Bray rightly notes in his The History of Christianity in Britain and Ireland (xi). The history of the Church in these islands is […]

Michael A. G. Haykin
Monday, January 31st 2022

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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