Meet the Puritans, where the dead still speak (Heb. 11:4)
Meet the Puritans, a partnership between the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and Rev. Daniel Hyde, pastor of Oceanside United Reformed Church in Carlsbad, California, is now launched! We have assembled a great lineup of pastors and scholars whose passion is to bring old truths to a new generation. Visit the website today to subscribe and never miss an update.
The purpose of Meet the Puritans is to introduce the theology and piety of the seventeenth century English Puritans in particular and of sixteenth-eighteenth century Reformed orthodoxy in general by means of sharing original research, writing theological and devotional commentary upon the writings of the 16th-18th centuries, and recommending helpful print, audio, and video materials for your study of the Puritans and Reformed theology.
Our goals in doing this are instruction concerning "the unsearchable riches of Christ" (Eph. 3:8) found in the writings of the 16th-18th centuries so that a new generation would be filled with love for Christ and His historic Church so that it might serve Him in the world more effectively.
The Meet the Puritans contributors are all active pastors with advanced degrees in the theology of the Puritans - Dr. Joel Beeke, Dr. Henry Jansma, Dr. Ryan McGraw, Dr. Donald John Maclean, Dr. Bob McKelvey, Rev. D. Patrick Ramsey, and Rev. Daniel Hyde, editor.
Be sure to visit the site this week to read posts on Thomas Adams, Puritan preaching, the Westminster Larger Catechism. Don't miss this Friday's post when Joel Beeke will offer advice on "How to Read Thomas Goodwin".
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