Scottish Calvinist piety, part III: The Bonar brothers - Horatius ( 1808-1889 ) and Andrew ( 1810-1892 )
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Michael Haykin Andrew Bonar 1 19th Century Evangelicalism Trinity Baptist Church
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Florin Motiu (5/18/2008) from Oradea, Romania
Great life. Excellent account of Bonar's conversion, influences suffered (especially accent on the work of Edward Irving) and on the work as a pastor in the village of Collace.
Dr. Michael Anthony George Haykin is currently Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Haykin was born in 1953 of Irish and Kurdish parents and raised in England. He emigrated with his family...
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