Personal reformation is certainly extensive; it applies to our heart and outward conduct. It relates to all of our lives at all times, in all of our interactions with others. It involves seeking God and His glory in all things.
It’s common at this time of year to look back at the best books of the year. Lists and reviews of books can certainly be helpful. Here are the best books published during the year that mined the riches of the Second Reformation.1. EXPOSITION OF JOB (JAMES DURHAM)...
Without wasting words Vos covers the important personalities, events, and issues necessary for understanding the importance and place of the Covenanters in the history of the church.
Andrew Bonar explained well who was most likely to spiritually benefit from the riches contained in Samuel Rutherford’s letters.
2017 was the year of Reformation with the 500th anniversary. There were no shortage of books about that. It's common at this time of year to look back at the best books of the year. They can be useful lists and reviews. Here are the best books published during the...
Would it not be natural to think of the Covenanters as Scottish Puritans? The short answer is: no, this would not be accurate. There are various reasons for this.
These were and are powerful books–that’s why they were executed. If their principles are lost, we are in danger of losing true civil and religious liberty
People were driven to desperation under ruthless oppression. What could they do? They rose up in self-defence, but was it right to do so?
Practical help for those looking to obtain these valuable but hard to get hold of expositions of Scripture.
The Reformation was not just a reformation of doctrine and church government but a reformation of worship as well.
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