Iain Murray on this book: "There can have been few if any magazines in the world in the last decades that have carried the kind of leading articles continually written by the editor of The Messenger ‚Äď doctrinal, heart-stirring, intellectually stimulating and yet not academic. Neil Pronk's basic purpose, in the words of William Ames, has been to teach "the science of living to God." Behind his writing is a lifetime of preaching, broad reading and reflection. His interests are not with any one century, or school of men, and take in many of the great issues which have confronted the church, both in the past and the present. This is no light, bedtime reading. Some of the articles constitute small books in themselves. What we have here is virtually a library of material for long term use. It will be welcomed by Christians across the world who pray that the faith of former generations will go forth with new life and strength today." Topics include Call to Faith and Repentance, Assurance of Faith, Sanctification or Works-Righteousness, Christian Stewardship, Spiritual Gifts, Expulsive Power of a New Affection, Luther and Erasmus, What Luther Says, Puritan Christianity, Union of 1892, Supralapsarian or Infralapsarian, Children in the Church, Justification by Faith Alone, Covenant of Works, Post-Modernism, Apologetics, Cultivating a Christian Mind, Preaching in the Dutch Calvinist Tradition, Catechism Preaching, Hell, Heaven, Spirit-Anointed Preaching and its Role in Revivals
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