Why Read The Puritans Today?

Why Read The Puritans Today What can you gain from reading men who have been dead for three centuries In this booklet Don Kistler founder and president of Soli Deo Gloria demonstrates that an abundance of good for the soul is t

  • Title: Why Read The Puritans Today?
  • Author: Don Kistler
  • ISBN: 9781573580953
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • What can you gain from reading men who have been dead for three centuries In this booklet, Don Kistler founder and president of Soli Deo Gloria demonstrates that an abundance of good for the soul is to be had from the Puritans This is an excellent introduction to give to someone who has never read the Puritans, or has bought into the caricature of them given by our secWhat can you gain from reading men who have been dead for three centuries In this booklet, Don Kistler founder and president of Soli Deo Gloria demonstrates that an abundance of good for the soul is to be had from the Puritans This is an excellent introduction to give to someone who has never read the Puritans, or has bought into the caricature of them given by our secular society and revisionists of history.

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    One thought on “Why Read The Puritans Today?”

    1. While I wholeheartedly agree with the premise that reading the works of the Puritans is exceedingly helpful and important, the format of Kistler’s booklet is lacking. This reads more like a catalog for the publisher, and contains far too many quotes and excerpts for such a short booklet. Though he lays out some solid reasons for investigating Puritan work, the tone falls short of inviting. In sum: skip this one, but please do read the Puritans.

    2. Short work with excellent references to Puritan works. This author has done much of the work for me, sorting through numerous Puritan works and pointing me toward works that I might find interesting.

    3. I agree with the author's basic point, but I found it rather underwhelming both in content and format.

    4. Very short book that reminds us of the importance of the Puritan contribution and influence. Can't wait to read some of the books this author suggested.

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