23 March, 2007

Puritan Paperback Series

This Lord's Day we will finish A Treatise on Christian Love by Reverend Hugh Binning. We will be moving into our next book, All Things for Good by Thomas Watson. Dr. Watson originally published this work in 1663 under the title, A Divine Cordial. I have an electronic copy that I am willing to send anyone that would like it. The Banner of Truth edition will set you back about $6.00!

We will meet this Lord's Day following evening worship at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. There will be a fellowship meal during the discussion. Please bring a dish to pass.


Lydia said...

I think you should let the group decide and not just pick one. This wasn't even on my list of options....

You should see what people think Sabbath PM. :0)

Timothy Bergsma said...

hi Nate... I am not part of the group but I would love to have a copy of the book electronically. :)

i have been following John Piper's podcasts on Rom. 8:28 (today is #3 of 6) and this book sounds like it would complement Piper's very motivational series quite well.

Robbie said...

i say lets doe heaven taken by storm by watson... please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-D

Nate said...


If you come out to visit sometime we can do it while you are here. That is one of my favorites!

You are welcome to come out and stay with Lydia and I WHEN you visit Puritan Seminary.

Mark said...

You just chose the book? I didn't know we had a king. I thought we were an autonomous collective. Y'know, an anarco-sydicalist commune. We take it in turns to be a sort of executive officer for the week, but all the decisions of that officer have to be ratified at a special bi-weekly meeting by a simple majority in the case of purely internal affairs, but by a two thirds majority in the case of, well, you get the idea.

Steve Burlew said...

Nate - Stumbled on to your site and thought I'd say hi. Actually I wish I could make your group; perhaps in my travels, sometime, I'd at least be able to visit the seminary (I was a Greenville Seminary and RTS-Charlotte last week). Anyway, this is a great book and an even greater series. And if anyone seriously can't afford the $6 (is it really that cheap? I better do something about that!), let me know. I'll work something out for them. God bless you, sir, and everyone in your group!
Steve (@ The Banner)

Nate said...

Never tell a bunch of Dutchmen that you can help them get the book for cheaper. You may have to eat your words!

Please, come and join us.