Puritan Papers: Vol. 1, 1956-1959

Puritan Papers: Vol. 1, 1956-1959


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J. I. Packer, D. M. Lloyd-Jones, lain Murray, and Ernest Kevan are among the distinguished contributors to this compilation of papers on a wide range of topics pertaining to Puritan and Reformed teaching, piety, and life. This volume, the first in a series, captures the principles and passion of Puritan belief as presented in the Puritan and Reformed Studies Conferences of 1956-1959.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780875524665
Publisher: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing
Publication date: 09/05/2000
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

Table of Contents

Part 1The Wisdom of Our Fathers (1956)
1.The Puritans and the Doctrine of Election3
2.The Witness of the Spirit: The Puritan Teaching17
3.The Puritans' Dealings with Troubled Souls31
4.The Law and the Covenants--A Study in John Ball45
5.Mrs. Hutchinson and Her Teaching59
6.Richard Greenham and the Trials of a Christian71
Part 2Servants of the Word (1957)
1.The Puritans and the Lord's Day87
2.The Savoy Conference, 1661101
3.Thomas Shepard's "Parable of the Ten Virgins"115
4.John Bunyan and His Experience129
5.The Puritan Principle of Worship141
6.Daily Life Among the Puritans155
Part 3A Goodly Heritage (1958)
1.The Life and Work of a Minister According to the Puritans177
2.The Puritans as Interpreters of Scripture191
3.William Guthrie on the Trial of a Saving Interest in Christ203
4.Divine Sovereignty in the Thought of Stephen Charnock213
5.Richard Baxter's Social and Economic Teaching225
6.Morgan Llwyd235
Part 4How Shall They Hear? (1959)
1.John Calvin: The Man Whom God Subdued247
2.The Puritan View of Preaching the Gospel255
3.Andrew Fuller's Conflict with Hypercalvinism271
4.Discipline in the Puritan Congregation283
5.Revival: An Historical and Theological Survey295

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