What is the scriptural warrant that the infants of believers are made partakers of the inward grace of baptism? Patrick Ramsey continues his fascinating look at the work of Stephen Marshall on infant baptism with his explanation of Mark 10:14: "Let the children come to me; do not hinder them,...Read more
Danny Hyde recently wrote an article on the relationship between John Owen's view of prayer and politics. It is now online at Ad Fontes...Read more
Henry Jansma concludes his series on the final sermons of Puritans ejected from their pulpits in 1662 with the unknown John Whitlock.Read more
Donald John Maclean continues part 2 of his series on John Knox and the Lord's Supper, with a survey of the reformation of worship in the sixteenth century...Read more
Ryan McGraw continues his three-part series on how to read the oftentimes difficult writings of John Owen with a note about what to read in Owen's massive Works...Read more
Meet the Puritans' newest book giveaway of John Bunyan and the Grace of Fearing God by Joel Beeke and Paul Smalley...Read more
Joel Beeke continues his series on marital love according to the Puritans with a post on the spirituality of this love.Read more
Bob McKelvey continues his series on Christopher Love with a mini-series on hell.Read more
What is the most basic benefit infant baptism gives to parents? In this post, Patrick Ramsey takes up the issue of comfort and confidence that our children belong to Jesus Christ.Read more
Meet the Puritans kicks of 2017 with a giveaway of 2 3-book bundles.Read more