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The God Who Draws Near

Life with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Michael A G Haykin

The God Who Draws Near

Life with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Michael A G Haykin



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The God Who Draws Near seeks to retrieve the key elements of a biblical spirituality and what they mean for our daily lives. Spirituality is very much a positive buzz word today; but in so many of the ways that it is used, it muddies the waters as to the nature of true spirituality. By going back to the sources, as the sixteenth-century Reformers would advise, namely, the Scriptures, this book draws together the main threads of a biblical spirituality and provides foundations for believers to anchor their lives in truth, love, and a growing relationship with the living God--that very God who has drawn near to us in love and grace through Jesus Christ. May these pages help you to draw near to him.




1.         A trinitarian spirituality 

2.         Knowing God and knowing ourselves 

3.         A Christ-centred spirituality 

4.         A cross-centred spirituality 

5.         A spirituality of the Word 

6.         Prayer and the Christian life 

7.         Christian meditation 

8.         Spiritual friendship as a means of grace 

9.         Mission — the inevitable fruit of true spirituality 

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    The God Who Draws Near

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    Michael A G Haykin

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    Union Publishing

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    Trinity, Holiness

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Michael A G Haykin

Michael A G Haykin

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.

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