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For more than half a century, the study of Puritan theologians and their teachings has been very active. Now, these countless research results have been merged into sixty chapters. The author's writing is like flowing water, fascinating; the Puritans' ideology reveals the pursuit of a godly life everywhere, which is long and fascinating. No matter how you look at it, this book is really a preliminary work. - J. I. Packer, Professor of Theology at Victoria Theological Seminary
These masterpieces by Joel Beeke and Mark Jones are important advances in the study of the Puritan and early reform theology. They comprehensively examine the theological thoughts of the 17th century in the form of modern academic criticism. This masterpiece embodies an excellent insight into the Puritan classics, a deep understanding of second-hand literature, and a comprehensive replacement of the rigid, purely rational ideological system that is out of touch with the life of Christians, and it introduces the theology of the Puritans. Perhaps the most consistent theme of this book is the profound connection between faith and practice, which is the basis for the interpretation of all doctrines by the Puritans and other early Reformed theologians. "Puritan Theology" provides an outstanding foundation for the further study of Puritan thought in the future. - Richard A. Muller, Professor of History and Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary
The Puritans are certainly one of the most important sources of theological thought, and they are equally outstanding in terms of doctrine and practice. The great works of Joel Beeke and Mark Jones provide us with a comprehensive introduction to Puritan thought. This masterpiece is a masterpiece of history and theology. In the future, I will continue to review it over and over again. It is not only for academic reference, but also for personal spiritual needs. This book is truly an amazing achievement. - Carl R. Trueman, Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary
This is a remarkable work, and its value is immeasurable in the study of Puritans. But its value is far from that. With the help of the Bible and the theology designed by the Father to change our hearts and lives, we ourselves will become Puritans. This book has a clear logic and a concise structure. It presents us great Puritan theological themes in a familiar context and sequence. On the most controversial topics, it brings us the latest academic progress and guides us to carefully evaluate these knowledge. I found this book to be particularly helpful in helping us learn how to think about Christ as the center, and although this is a topic we often talk about, we usually don't know the so-called. - D. Clair Davis, Emeritus Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary