The Puritan Resource Center houses one of the world's largest collections of seventeenth and eighteenth century antiquarian volumes written by Puritans, as well as numerous modern-day Puritan reprints and secondary sources about the Puritans. Seminary professors, theological students, and ministers are welcome to use these valuable resources under certain conditions. Those doing doctoral studies or on sabbatical leave are also welcome to study in the Resource Center. For further details, please contact the registrar, Henk Kleyn (616-977-0599, ext 120; firstname.lastname@example.org; Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, 2965 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525 ). Visit our website at www.puritanseminary.org
Here are the four points that Dr. Ferguson made in his adress, What can the Puritans teach us today?
1. The significance of spiritual brotherhood in the movements of the Holy Spirit.
2. The vital significance of the recovery of the pulpit in the Church.
3. They developed an understanding of the gospel that was deeply Trinitarian.
4. They recognized the centrality and the significance of the Church in the purposes of God.
-What has been the most influential Puritan work to your Christian life?