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Puritan Papers

Vol. 3, 1963-1964

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Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 270
ISBN: 9780875524689
Publication Date 09/04/01

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John Calvin, a beacon for the Puritans, is spotlighted in this volume of Puritan Papers, originally presented on the 400th anniversary of the Reformer’s death. J. I. Packer writes on Calvin as “a servant of the Word,” and O. R. Johnston on Calvin the man. Additional chapters treat Calvin’s doctrine of God, his Institutes, and sixteenth-century Geneva.

Other biographical chapters feature George Whitefield (by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones) and Charles Haddon Spurgeon (by D. M. Whyte). In addition, Packer writes on the Puritan approach to worship, Iain Murray on “things indifferent,” and Lloyd-Jones on John Owen’s view of schism.


"The papers are of inherent interest and value to all who already appreciate the Puritans . . . [this ] volume, and no doubt its successors, would be an ideal introduction for anyone to whom the Puritans are unknown. Warmly recommended."

—Banner of Truth

"[These studies] are constructive, and beneficial not only for pastors but for all God’s covenant people."

—Christian Renewal

"Of value not only to students of history and theology but to all pastors and members of churches. . . . We eagerly look forward to the publication of more past conference papers in this format."

—Evangelical Times