Ryan McGraw reviews a recent and helpful book on assurance by Joel Beeke. Tolle lege!Read more
Meet John Geree (c. 1601-1649), a Puritan defending Puritans. Read more
Anglican pastor and theologian, Henry Jansma, forcefully explains the doctrine of historic Anglicanism regarding the Lutheran doctrine that all who eat the bread and wine, eat the body and blood.Read more
Patrick Ramsey writes a succinct definition and explanation of 17th century English Antinomianism.Read more
Freshly married and out of school, Jonathan Edwards journeys on into a fruitful ministry. Read more
John Owen considered the doctrine of universal redemption "unscriptural and destructive of the Gospel." J.I. Packer shows us why. ...Read more
How can God, who is simple (theologically speaking), unchanging and impassible, meaningfully interact with a world that is constantly changing? Patrick Ramsey explains in part 2.Read more
Before becoming a famous theologian, Jonathan Edwards was a son, a student, and a husband. Read more
Bob McKelvey continues his "Themes in Puritan Theology" series with a look at Christology, the doctrine of Christ...Read more
We're pastors after all. In all the reading of old books and writing about their relevance today we can forget that we here at Meet the Puritans are pastors. In his latest contribution, Patrick Ramsey gives us the text of a funeral sermon he preached for a dear friend who loved to read the...Read more