The Digital Puritan - Vol.I, No.4
The Digital Puritan is a quarterly digest of carefully selected Puritan writings, suitable for personal devotional use or for small group discussion. The focus of each article is typically more practical than theological. The originals have been sparingly edited, generally only to correct typographical errors or make the text more readable. Scripture references (ESV) are embedded in the text as hyperlinks--no wireless connection is needed.
This edition contains the following:
1. The Means and Method of Healing in the Church - Edward Reynolds. A discourse on corporate guilt, and the importance of unity among all believers. Based on 2 Chronicles 7:13-14.
2. A Discourse of Self-Examination - Stephen Charnock. Based on 2 Corinthians 13:5, Charnock teaches why the Christian's great and continual duty is both to reflect on our ways, and to examine ourselves to be sure we are not self-deceived "almost Christians."
3. The Proclamation - Joseph Alleine. Also known as "The Gospel in a Map," this powerful and moving work collects and condenses all the Scriptural promises of God to his people into a single, tender letter from God.
4. Confession of Sin - Joseph Caryl. A short meditation on the necessity of, and marks of authenticity in, confession of our sins to God. Based on Psalm 51:1-6.
5. Resolutions - Jonathan Edwards. Written while Edwards was a young man, these seventy resolutions are worthy of consideration as we enter a new year.
- Digital Puritan Press, October 2012
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