Northern Ireland man, Dr J. E. Hazlett Lynch, is happily married to Margaret (in 1973), and they have two sons together, David and Stephen.
Dr Lynch has a wide range of experience, expertise and abilities, having university qualifications in Building, Theology, Education, Reconciliation Dynamics, Terrorism, Victimhood, and Workplace Bullying.
This explains why he has written and published books with wide-ranging subject matter. He is keen to share this information with the wider reading public.
Where to find Hazlett Lynch online
The Only Way To Heaven
There is only one way to Heaven, and that is through Christ alone. Let no one fool you into thinking otherwise. Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life, and He alone.
You Are In Debt To God.
No one likes to be in debt. But we are all in debt - to God. This tracts explains how this is the case and what can be done about it.
Calvin, Clifford, Macleod and Christ – Amyraldian Soteriology
Professor Donald Macleod has provided important arguments for the truthfulness of Amyraldianism, and its authentic Calvinism. He states that it is not an error, or a heresy, and that it finds itself placed within traditional reformed theology, in line with Richard Muller’s, Roger Nicole’s and Carl Trueman’s stated positions.
Living Without God's Word
This tract explains the implications of living life without God's Word being heard or believed and acted upon. It is a timely tract and points to the only remedy for todays' spiritual and moral malaise.
Jesus Christ - The Lamb of God
A short leaflet that will help you see your need of the Saviour of the world, Jesus Christ. He is God's sacrificial Lamb, the One Who took away the sin of the world.
If you see yourself as a lost sinner, then get this leaflet and read it carefully, allowing its message to penetrate deeply into your heart. May you change them and bring them to experience what it's like to be forgiven.
Repenting Too Late!
This short ebook is a call to repentance. It was written with you in mind. If acted upon, the great comforts of the Gospel will be yours.
Good News at a Time of Bad News
Being a short article offering practical and spiritual help to those who have receive devastating bad news. Written by an experienced pastor, this article provides real comfort to those who are suffering from cancer.
Keswick at Portstewart
Personal reflections on the historic Portstewart Keswick convention, and seeks to raise the question of its relevance for today's church.
The Huguenots in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland
A brief historical introduction to the active involvement of displaced Huguenot refugees who fled France because of the systematic persecution of Catholic King Louis XIV. Discover what you did not know before - just how integrated the Huguenots were when they arrived in Ireland. Learn of the incalculable contribution they made to the life of Magherafelt in County Londonderry. Learn...
A History of Ireland - Ireland before The Plantation
Part 2 of a new series of books on a contested subject - the history of Ireland, but taken from a theological perspective. This has not been done before to my knowledge, so will make for interesting reading.
Deals with the Waves of Invasion, Castle Place Names, Patrick of Ireland, the Normans, Ireland's Importance in 1492, the Reformation.
Jaques de la Fontaine - Huguenot Pastor of Principle
Short history of a French Huguenot pastor whose family was persecuted by Catholic King Louis XIV. His story reveals a depth of principle-centred living that challenges us profoundly. This preacher often had to work to sustain his ministry, suffered great indignities, experienced great honour, knew God personally and deeply, and served Him well. He and his wife were buried in Dublin, Ireland.
Dr D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones' Understanding of the Atonement, and a Personal Appreciation
Arguably the greatest preacher in twentieth century Britain, Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones stands head and shoulders above all others in the Christian ministry, influencing for good many Christians globally. Dr Lynch has been a life-long student of Lloyd-Jones, and not only provides this appreciation of him, but reveals a secret about this man's theology that few recognise, and which will surprise some.
The Huguenots Come To Ballyronan, Northern Ireland
The story of how the French Huguenots came to Ballyronan, Northern Ireland, in the late seventeenth century, what they achieved, and the local connections they established.
Of interest social historians and lovers of Ireland and her history.
Huguenot Preacher, Jacques Abbadie's, Vindication Of The Truth
Uniquely, the book by Huguenot minister, Dr Jacques Abbadie, on Apologetics evokes worship from the reader's heart, so is not an exercise in intellectual dryness. It is inspiring, and grips your heart, is full of sound intellectual content, and will be returned to time and time again. Dr Lynch's paper captures that ethos, and provides a clear window into Abbadie's thinking on this crucial subject.
The Huguenots in London
A snapshot of the history of Huguenot refugees from France when they settled in London in the 17th and 18th centuries. Catholic Louis XIV had persecuted the Protestants and they were forced to flee their homes to save their lives. Many came to London, though some continued to Ireland. This story zooms in on one such central London church.