J.I. Packer's chapters on Jonathan Edward's theology of revival, the Puritan idea of communion with God, and the Puritan conscience serve as highlights of the second volume of Puritan Papers. Equally important are D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones's chapters on true and false knowledge and "Puritan Perplexities: Lessons from 1640-1662." Biographical chapters feature, in addition to Edwards, Philip Doddridge, John Knox, William Perkins, Thomas Boston, and John Owen. Themes developed in these sixteen papers include Revival Apostasy Communion With God Christian Joy Missions Preaching Divine Intercession Casuistry Conscience Christology
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 272 Vendor: P & R Publishing Publication Date: 2001
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