Thomas Boston, the Presbyterian pastor-theologian, was the most widely published Scottish author of the eighteenth century. This book is a historical, practical and theological study of his preaching ministry, understood against the background of patristic, medieval, Reformation and Puritan theology.
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Ryken's (Wheaton College, IL; Westminster Theol. Sem., PA) examines the famous Presbyterian pastor/theologian's preaching ministry against the background of Reformation and Puritan theology.About the Author:
Philip G. Ryken (D.Phil., Oxford) joined the Staff of Tenth Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Philadelphia in 1995 and presently serves as Senior Minister. He is the author of many books including What Is the Christian Worldview; The Message of Salvation (The Bible Speaks Today Themes; The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel; Jeremiah, Exodus, and Ecclesiastes (Preaching the Word Series); Luke (2 vols); Galatians and 1 Timothy (Reformed Expository Commentary) and Ryken's Bible Handbook. He also serves on Wheaton College (IL) Board of Trustees, Westminster Theological Seminary (PA) Board of Trustees, and as an Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals council member.
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Book Description Paternoster, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110946068720