Have you ever been interested in theology or the Puritans? Have you ever heard of men like John Owen, Stephen Charnock, or Richard Sibbes? Dr. Andy Hynes has surveyed the collective writings of these men and has eloquently explained how they analyzed and defined the process of personal salvation. Unfortunately, many folks in the average church pew do not understand these rich, theological concepts. This work will help the church member or pastor understand the thoughts of a theologically lush period of history. He unpacks a five-fold process known as the Ordo Salutis. The reader will have a substantial grasp of how God works in personal salvation. A neo-Puritan movement is presently occurring among the reformed Christian community. You may wonder, what does reformed mean, or what is this Puritan movement? Maybe you already consider yourself reformed and have a familiarity with the Puritans. Today, men like John Piper, D. A. Carson, and others are reexamining the thoughts of this inordinately important group of pastor-teachers known as Puritans. Dr. Andy Hynes provides a detailed look at the most important part of the Puritan thought, personal salvation, as it appears in the works of select seventeenth-century English Puritans.
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|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781634491440 (DRM-EPUB)|
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