Puritan wives: literate, capable, and invisible in history?

By Elizabeth Prata The Puritans were a fascinating group of people. Hardy pioneers, committed to religious belief, literate and intelligent, yet complex, misunderstood, and historically mocked...who were these people? One internet definition of a Puritan is a member of a group of English Protestants of the late 16th and 17th centuries who regarded the Reformation …

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Why we should read the Puritans (and resources on how to build a Puritan Library and actually read them!)

Does it ever make you feel awe-inspired to know that you and I are in a line that extends all the way back? That people like Ruth and David and Paul and Justin Martyr and Jonathan Edwards and Charles Spurgeon and John MacArthur are in the same line we are in? Because of Christ's blood, …

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Jesus Vomits: State of the Church 2015, part 2

State of the Church 2015, part 1 State of the Church 2015, part 3Four years ago I assessed the State of the American Church in a multi-part series, writing from my own perspective in my own opinion based on Bible prophesies and warnings. (The links are on the right sidebar, scroll down.) How is the …

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