As a theologian in the Puritan tradition, Wilhelmus à Brakel was part of a movement which developed the doctrine of adoption as an experiential reality, not merely an academic theory.
Thriving in Grace is a worthy introduction to the riches that the Puritans have to offer. The authors have a contagious urgency to draw on the many practical helps from Puritan writings.
Chuck Ivey is joined by Brian G. Hedges, pastor of Redeemer Church in Niles, Michigan. Brian has written several helpful books on the Christian life and his latest is Thriving in Grace: Twelve Ways the Puritans Fuel Spiritual Growth, co-written with Joel R. Beeke. Links to the book and other resources talked about on the […]
“See the true and better Adam; come to save the hellbound man.” – Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery, Matt Papa. In this series, we have been looking at what God’s Word says about adoption as both an earthly call to care for orphans and as a picture of how He saves undeserving sinners in need […]
In this series, we have been looking at what God’s Word says about adoption as both an earthly call to care for orphans and as a picture of how He saves undeserving sinners in need of a right relationship with Him. You can read Parts I, II, and III and IV here. In this article, […]