Meet Nathan

NATHAN A. HUGHES, ESQ.

Nathan Andrew Hughes was born on March 29, 1994, and grew up in North East Wales, United Kingdom. During his teenage years, Nathan was an Anglo-Catholic. In 2010 he desired to become a Roman Catholic Priest. However, in 2012 he discovered the doctrines of the Protestant Reformation and started to doubt the teachings he was custom to.

Upon discovering the doctrines of the reformation Nathan abandoned his pro-Catholic standards. He started to attend a local Baptist Chapel and became a member in November 2012. He was also baptised into the Baptist Church in the same year. 

In early 2015 Nathan was exposed to Reformed Theology, which was heavily criticised by his local church at the time. Nathan’s membership and position within this Baptist domination became untenable, as there were some major differences in doctrines among other issues. He resigned his membership in 2016 and sought to commit himself to a Reformed Evangelical Church.

After some time of searching, Nathan found a local fellowship in his home town of Wrexham, North Wales. In December 2019 Nathan was accepted into the membership of Borras Park Evangelical Church, Wrexham. Nathan is also a strong supporter of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).

Nathan enjoys classical music, horticulture, and Victorian art. He takes a keen interest in rugby union, cricket, horse racing, tennis, snooker and soccer of which he is an avid fan of Cardiff City. Nathan also enjoys a political discussion, in moderation. Nathan is a former Parish Council for Llay. He is passionate about the British countryside, and all things Scottish. He is most happy when reading theology books, mainly the Puritans, and Church history, and writing about matters that attain to the spiritual well-being of Christian people of all ages. He is a traditional and theonomist believer of Presbyterian persuasion.

​Nathan is the author of evangelical and reformed material, that he publishes online via his website, and has several books published on Amazon, and articles in other Christian outlets.