“In the face of such fears, Marxism proved to be helpless and could give me no comfort.”
Michael A. G. Haykin
Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality
Born in England of Irish and Kurdish parents, Michael A.G. Haykin serves as professor of church history & biblical spirituality. Haykin has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Toronto (1974), a Master of Religion from Wycliffe College, the University of Toronto (1977), and a Th.D. in Church History from Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto (1982). Haykin and his wife, Alison, have two grown children: Victoria and Nigel.
John of Damascus (676-749) is a model for how rich theology fuels Christian evangelism.
As we look at the historical record, it would be short-sighted in the extreme not to see the hand of God.
Michael A.G. Haykin discusses his latest book “Being a Pastor: A Conversation with Andrew Fuller”
Although it is a rarely explored subject in Andrew Fuller studies, the famous Baptist was an exemplary father.
Persecution and martyrdom are perennial features of the Church’s existence in this world.
One of the great sources of spiritual strength is Christian friendship and fellowship.
Three witnesses to the doctrines of inspiration and inerrancy in church history
Leadership in the church is so important that we should be prepared to go to great lengths to see future leaders of the church trained.
The Reformers didn’t just recapture the true gospel, they caught a vision to spread it to the ends of the earth.
Church history professor Michael A.G. Haykin takes you to a critical moment for Christianity. For a German monk, it was decades of spiritual struggle in the making.
“It is impossible to praise God without also uttering the praises of the Father, of the Son, and of the Spirit”