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Dr. Haykin at SWBTS for Radical Reformation Day

January 25th, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized

Last week, Dr. Haykin spoke at the annual Radical Reformation Day at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX.  Radical Reformation Day remembers the baptism of George Blaurock by Conrad Grebel and the baptism of others subsequently by Blaurock on January 21, 1525.  Dr. Haykin spoke on the subject of friendship using the example of Andrew Fuller, John Sutcliff, William Carey, Samuel Pearce and John Ryland, Jr.  To watch the video, click here.  To download a MP3 of the talk, click here.

Posted by Steve Weaver, Research and Administrative Assistant to the Director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, Dr. Michael A.G. Haykin.

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5 Responses to “Dr. Haykin at SWBTS for Radical Reformation Day”

  1. Ian Clary Says:

    That’s the best picture of Dr. H yet.

  2. Allen Mickle Says:

    I can just see it. He’s telling a story involving Mountain Dew isn’t he? 🙂

  3. scott mckenzie Says:

    really mountain dew? they still make that stuff?
    – looking forward to hearing the rest of this message – I’m putting it on the ipod – thanks for posting this

  4. Michael Haykin Says:

    Mountain Dew!

  5. scott mckenzie Says:

    very encouraging message and provoking to build up those friendships with other Christians.