"The Digital Puritan" is a quarterly digest of helpful Puritan works. Each article is carefully edited and formatted to maximize readability. This edition contains the following articles:
- Be Sober and Watchful - Hugh Binning. Binning answers the question, 'Given the shortness of time remaining before our Lord returns, how should we conduct ourselves?' (1 Peter 4:7).
- Continuance in Sin is Dangerous - John Preston. Based on Ephesians 2:2, this discourse reveals the folly of continuing in sin, and how best to expose and expel it from our lives.
- A Sermon of Repentance - Arthur Dent. Dent shows in this sermon (originally preached at Leigh-on-Sea in 1582) the nature of true repentance, and its role in the everyday life of the believer.
- Advice to Young Converts - Jonathan Edwards. Nineteen practical starting points for the new believer, written in a letter just before he preached "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" in 1741.
- The Moral Law, a Rule of Obedience - Samuel Bolton. Helpful teaching for the Christian who struggles to understand the relationship between the Law of Moses and the grace of Christ.
- The Puritans in Verse: "Lord, It Belongs Not to My Care" by Richard Baxter.
Includes an end-note section which has over 500 Scripture references (in the ESV) and helpful notes hyperlinked to the articles. No internet connection is required.
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