Celebrating The Irish

Derek Ouellette —  March 16, 2011 — 4 Comments

Last year I wrote a series of posts on the Irish contribution to the Christian faith. It remains one of my favourite series I’ve written and is among my best stuff in terms of pure literary creativity. If you are looking for some great Irish/Christian reading today, please consider these four posts:

Who were the Irish? (Click Here)

Who was Saint Patrick? (Click Here)

How Did the Irish Become Christian? (Click Here)

How did the Irish save civilization? (Click Here)

I hope you will read all four posts and join in the conversation by leaving me a comment below! šŸ˜‰

Derek Ouellette

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  • http://irishanglican.wordpress Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Nice Derek! Thanks!

    Btw, let me plug the Irish Puritans, and the great Archbishop James Ussher, and the Irish Articles 1615. See also Crawford Bribben’s book therein: The Irish Puritans, etc.

    Note, I am Historic Pre-Mill myself (Post-trib), and I voted on the Monthly Poll. God is a Zionist! :) (That might make Jim West feel better! lol)

    • http://covenantoflove.net Derek

      Fr. Robert, you’re hilarious… now that I know your a Pre-Mill guy, I know what to pray for. We all know God doesn’t believe in “a millennium”. šŸ˜‰

  • http://irishanglican.wordpress Fr. Robert (Anglican)

    Derek,

    There were just a few Pre-Mill guys…and not a few Anglicans I might add, Henry Alford, J.C. Ryle, WH Griffith Thomas etc. At the end of the 19th century and early 20th there were in fact many Anglican theolog’s that were Pre-Mill. And there have been several well known Americans, Francis Schaeffer, George Elton Ladd, James Montgomery Boice. But my favorite American was/is Gordon Clark. And indeed God loves His own Salvation History! :)