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 Puritans.Read more
"Consider the work of God: who can make straight what he has made crooked?" Phil Ryken returns to this hard lesson, pointing us to the Savior who also faced a crook in His lot.Read more
"Dr. Bob" McKelvey continues to introduce us to basic themes in Puritan theology, this time with a survey of the the theme of the covenants.Read more
Ryan McGraw reviews an important book on the soteriology of the Irish theologian, James Ussher.Read more
Overly wicked and... overly righteous? The Preacher seeks a mean between two extremes, a way to walk in the fear of the sovereign God. 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.Read more
History's beginning is recorded in Genesis 1, and its end in Revelation 22. Everything that happens in-between is worthy of study.Read more
Some days are bright and happy, others dark and lonely. Through it all, we take hope in the knowledge of our sovereign God, and praise Him still. Read more