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George Whitefield (part 1)

George Whitefield (part 1)

October 26, 2021

Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they take up George Whitefield, the eighteenth century revivalist some have called "The greatest evangelist since the apostle Paul."

Charles Wesley

Charles Wesley

October 19, 2021

In this week’s episode, Drs. Haykin and Pohlman take up the other famous Wesley…Charles, who’s over 7,000 hymns may be the greatest legacy of the eighteenth century evangelical awakening. 

Anne Steele

Anne Steele

October 12, 2021

If you were to consider the outstanding hymn writers of eighteenth-century England would the name Anne Steele come to mind? To help ensure that it does, we welcome Dr. Esther Crookshank to the podcast to talk about hymns and Anne Steele’s under-appreciated contribution to the history of church music.

Brilliana Harley

Brilliana Harley

October 5, 2021

Join Drs. Michael Haykin and Mike Pohlman as they discuss the remarkable Puritan wife and mother, Brilliana Harley.

The American Puritans

The American Puritans

September 27, 2021
The Puritan movement of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, as a transatlantic reform movement within the Protestant church, has much to teach the evangelical church today. To discuss the Puritans in general and the American Puritans in particular, Drs. Haykin and Pohlman are joined by Dr. Dustin Benge, co-author of The American Puritans
 
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Thomas Scott and John Newton (part 2)

Thomas Scott and John Newton (part 2)

September 21, 2021

Join Drs. Michael Haykin and Tim Scott as they discuss the eighteenth-century Bible commentator, Thomas Scott, and his relationship to John Newton.

John Newton (part 1)

John Newton (part 1)

September 14, 2021

Even as John Newton is perhaps best known for his hymns, he should also be known for his letters. Those most familiar with Newton seem to agree that “letter-writing was his greatest gift” earning him the reputation as “the great spiritual director of souls through the post.” It certainly wasn’t uncommon to write letters in eighteenth-century England, but John Newton was an uncommon letter writer. What makes his letters so significant in the history of the church? Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they discuss the letters of John Newton. 

 

Works mentioned: 

 

An Authentic Narrative (John Newton, 1764)

Wise Counsel: John Newton’s Letter to John Ryland Jr. Edited by Grant Gordon with a foreword by Michael A.G. Haykin (Banner of Truth, 2009)

Letters of John Newton Edited by Josiah Bull (Banner of Truth, 2007/1869)

Evangelicals and Technology

Evangelicals and Technology

September 7, 2021
Since the Gutenberg Revolution in the fifteenth century, Christians have embraced technology for the spread of the gospel and sometimes at great cost to the faith. Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they discuss the history of Evangelicals and technology. What can this history teach us as the church strives for faithfulness in our digital age? 
 
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Reading Andrew Fuller

Reading Andrew Fuller

August 31, 2021
Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they consider Andrew Fuller: pastor, theologian, missiologist, apologist, and rope-holder extraordinaire. 
 
Work discussed: 
 
Reading Andrew Fuller by Michael Haykin
 
Other works on Andrew Fuller
 
 
 
Understanding Andrew Fuller: Life, Thought, and Legacies (Volume 1) Edited by Nathan A. Finn, Jeff Robinson SR., and Shane Shaddix
 
What is Truth? by Andrew Fuller
 
Backslider by Andrew Fuller
 
Preaching by Andrew Fuller
 
 
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Charles and Susannah Spurgeon

Charles and Susannah Spurgeon

August 24, 2021
Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman, with special guest Dr. Ray Rhodes, as they discuss Charles and Susannah Spurgeon. Susannah is in many ways “the forgotten Spurgeon”—but needs to be remembered in a new generation if we would understand better Charles and the impact of their ministry together. 
 
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