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Patrick Fairbairn on the Law’s Promise of Life

Patrick Fairbairn was a 19th-century minister in the Free Church of Scotland and Professor of Church History and Exegesis at Free Church College in Glasgow (now Trinity College). His most notable works included The Typology of Scripture, The Interpretation of Prophecy, and The Revelation of Law in Scripture. The following is an excerpt from his work An Exposition […]

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Was Jonathan Edwards a Puritan?

Dr. Mark Jones has written this post at Reformation 21 about the proper historical limits of “Puritanism.” He argues that Jonathan Edwards lived far too late for the term to be applied to him in any historically meaningful way. It is debatable when exactly the Puritan movement came to an end, but its terminus ad […]

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