Archive for November, 2011

A W Pink on John Gill

November 22nd, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized

It has been a long time since I have read much of A.W. Pink [in fact, it has also been a while since I blogged–have been extremely busy with end-of-term stuff and preparing papers for ETS]. I read his study on the sovereignty of God years ago when I was a young Christian and then soon after Iain Murray’s life of Pink. Recently, a student at Toronto Baptist Seminary loaned me A.W. Pink, Letters to a Young Pastor: Letters to Rev. R. Harbach, transcribed Janice Harbach (Grandville, Michigan: The Evangelism Committee of Grandville Protestant Reformed Church, 1993).

In perusing it, I noticed this on John Gill (on page 15) in the midst of comments about building a library:

“You are wise to ‘weed out’ your books—it is an expensive matter to move around a large library! John Gill is a strong Calvinist, and generally speaking, particularly good on the Epistles [of Paul], though at times he is ‘hyper’-Calvinistic—losing the ‘balance’ on the human responsibility side. He came after the Puritans. The ‘Puritan era’ was, roughly, from 1580 to 1690… Go slow in adding to your library…”

New Audio Online

November 19th, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized

We have recently uploaded several new audio files to the website. These include both the audio from our recent conferences at SBTS and some occasional lectures by Dr. Haykin at various locations.

Be sure to keep an eye on the Audio page for the latest audio from Dr. Haykin.
Posted by Steve Weaver, Research Assistant to the Director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, Dr. Michael A.G. Haykin.