Every now and then I still run into prejudice against the Puritans amongst Reformed folk. I deeply lament this. Hundreds of years later, there is still much of value that can be gleaned from these Reformed giants of old.
I was introduced to the Puritans while in university. An online friend from South Africa moved to Edmonton to study. He had a nearly complete collection of the Puritan Paperbacks published by Banner of Truth. He got me hooked. My copy of Thomas Watson’s classic All Things for Goodwas a gift from this brother — still a treasured gift and one of my favourite books.
We discussed theology and the Puritans endlessly in those days. We talked about the prejudices that many people have against the Puritans. He pointed me to two books that dispel the myths surrounding these men. These books are still worthwhile and I want to recommend…
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