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In nine short books, this remarkable work by Teellinck shows believers the character of true godliness and the kingdom of darkness that opposes it. Dr. Joel R. Beeke, editor of the book, has included an introduction that chronicles Teellinck s life and times. This is one of the best books ever written on the subject of sanctification. How does one flee from temptation? What is the best way for believers to open their hearts to God? Packed with scriptural guidance, this book answers these questions and many more about how to live godly in Christ Jesus.
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Willem Teelinck (1579-1629) was a pastor and prolific writer who helped move the Reformed Church beyond matters of doctrine and policy to reformation in life and practice.Review:
Many will surely welcome this new access to the Dutch authors whose strong writings put faith and certainty into generations of their fellow countrymen. By their closeness to Scripture and their concern for heart and head (heat and light), they remain of enduring value. --Ian H. Murray, author of The Puritan Hope.
The rich heritage of Reformed spirituality is long overdue for renewed attention. the Dutch Reformed Translation Society has done a great favor by making these translations available. --Luder G Whitlock Jr, president, Excelsis
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Book Description Baker Academic, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0801026334