Great lessons. It was a useful message for me. Great lessons to learn, good things from Pink's life to follow, bad things to avoid. I didn't know these things before. After listening to this presentation I also believe that he lacked serious things needed not only in the life of a pastor, or of a servant of Christ, but in the life of a Christian.
Great Sermon! Very interesting information. Thanks Bro. Sullivan.
Alan S. Flint (12/24/2008)
from Crich, Derbyshire, U.K.
An Excellent Presentation! Dear Bro. Sullivan,
Very many thanks for this wonderful presentation about the life of A. W. Pink. I learnt such a lot from listening to what you had to say, having previously not known much about the life of this servant of God.
Yes, all men have feet of clay so-to-speak, but the fact that God greatly used Arthur Pink is beyond question.
I truly appreciate your undoubted God-given gift in being able to to present these biographies in such a compelling and interesting way. Well done, and may God continue to bless you in this work. I look forward to listening to more of what you have done.
Alan S. Flint
Crich Baptist Church, U.K.
Thomas M Sullivan (4/18/2008)
from Jenison, MI
Pink Bio Corrections In this lesson I mentioned that when Pink came to the United States (from Nottingham England) I mentioned the date 1919, but corrected it later to 1910; I said that Caspar Hodge was at Princeton Seminary but he actually died the year before Spurgeon, 1891. Also as to Pink and the general call of the gospel, his views became more scriptural later in his ministry. The B of T version of his work Sovereignty of God sought to show his later view. But Dr. John Belcher is not convinced that these changes should have been made to Pink's work. I regret not mentioning Pink's conversion from Theosophy to Christianity. Also I meant to mention that in his book on the Holy Spirit, he did not teach regeneration and the new birth as synonymous terms for some reason. But I don't think he consistently taught this. TMS