The Puritan experiment in the New World.

By: Westminster Conference London, 1976Publication details: Huntingdon [Eng.] : Westminster Conference, 1976Description: 121 p. ; 22 cmSubject(s): Puritans -- New England -- Congresses | PuritanismDDC classification: 285/.9/0974 LOC classification: BX9355.N35 | W47 1976
Contents:
Brachlow, S. John Robinson and the separatist ideal.--Horn, R. M. Thomas Hooker, The soul's preparation for Christ.--Kendall, R. T. John Cotton: first English Calvinist?--James, L. H. Roger Williams: the earliest legislator for a full and absolute liberty of conscience.--Boorman, D. The half-way covenant.--Lloyd-Jones, D. M. Jonathan Edwards and the crucial importance of revival.
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"Papers read at the 1976 conference."

Includes bibliographies.

Brachlow, S. John Robinson and the separatist ideal.--Horn, R. M. Thomas Hooker, The soul's preparation for Christ.--Kendall, R. T. John Cotton: first English Calvinist?--James, L. H. Roger Williams: the earliest legislator for a full and absolute liberty of conscience.--Boorman, D. The half-way covenant.--Lloyd-Jones, D. M. Jonathan Edwards and the crucial importance of revival.