Ardent Love for Jesus

Michael A. G. Haykin

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Ardent Love for Jesus

Learning from the eighteenth-century Baptist revival


Ardent Love for Jesus was originally “delivered as a series of talks at the 2010 Revival Conference of the Wales Evangelical School of Theology” in Bridgeend, South Wales. It examines the “English Baptists and the experience of revival in the long eighteenth century.”


“The role that the celebrated William Carey played at the outset of the modern missionary movement is fairly well known. What is relatively unknown, however, is the story of the band of brothers that mentored Carey and then supported him when he went to India: Andrew Fuller, John Ryland, John Sutcliff and Samuel Pearce. And even less known is the story of the revival that transformed Carey’s denomination and made it a powerhouse for missionary outreach. These stories are told in this book with the confidence that they can teach us much about living for God in our day.”

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“Michael Haykin is passionate about both experiential Christian piety and Baptist church history. Here he combines both interests in a fascinating account of revival among the eighteenth century Baptist churches. In an era when there seems to be an unfortunate trend towards minimising the actual impact of the gospel on Christian lives, this is a timely and helpful volume.”

Carl R. Trueman


“Michael Haykin brings years of careful, loving and painstaking attention to archival work and intimate knowledge of the published writings and relevant secondary literature on his subject. The result is an engaging adventure with the most unrelenting activist theologians among the Baptists in this era in which they extended the impact of the great Evangelical Awakening of the eighteenth century.”

Tom J. Nettles


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Weight .213 kg
Dimensions 14.12 × .86 × 21.56 cm

Bryntirion Press


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