Patrick of Ireland: His Life and Impact -Early Church Fathers (Haykin)

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Patrick ministered to kings and slaves alike in the culture that had enslaved him. Patrick’s faith and his commitment to the Word of God through hard times is a true example of the way that God calls us to grow and to bless those around us through our suffering. Michael Haykin’s masterful biography of Patrick’s life and faith will show you how you can follow God’s call in your life.

Early Church Fathers: this series relates the magnificent impact that those fathers of the early church made for our world today.

 

Author

Michael A. G. Haykin is Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, and Director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Endorsements

"A fine balance between a biography of an extraordinary servant of Jesus Christ and an explanation of the beliefs that sustained Patrick."
-  Michael Ovey, (1958-2017) Principal, Oak Hill Theological College, London

 

"To read this account is to fill us with thankfulness for the Lord’s work in history and with hopefulness for… another era of lost–ness."
-  Edward Donnelly, Principal, Reformed Theological College, Belfast, Northern Ireland

 

"Beautifully detailed portrait in miniature… all Christians will benefit from learning more about this mighty figure in the great cloud of witnesses."
-  Lewis Ayres, Professor of Historical Theology, Durham University, Durham, England

 

"Michael Haykin paints a compelling portrait of this bibliocentric bishop and earnest evangelist. The dedicated missionary and thoughtful theologian that emerges belongs to the Gospel–loving global church and not just the Emerald Isle."
-  Paul Hartog, Professor of Theology, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, Ankeny, Iowa

 

"Judicious… knowledgeable…insightful… Readers will be impressed."
-  D. H. Williams, Professor of Patristics and Historical Theology, Baylor University, Waco, Texas