Market Day of the Soul, the

James T. Dennison

Editore: Reformation Heritage Books, 2008
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Riassunto: This is a reprinting of Dennison's book on the Sabbath as understood by the Puritans. Dennison originally wrote this book as a thesis at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary for the late Dr. John H. Gerstner, and it was published in 1983. We have retypeset it from its original edition. In this book, painstakingly researched from original sources, Dennison shows the differing views on the Sabbath between the Anglicans of the 16th and 17th centuries and the Puritans of that same time period. He concludes that the Puritan view of the Sabbath is the biblical one.

Dal risvolto interno: "In The Market Day of the Soul, James T. Dennison examines the question of the supreme Christian holy day, the Sabbath. He shows how the Sabbath emerged from the imprecision of the sixteenth century to become a celebrated cause in pre-Revolutionary England. Finally, he demonstrates the triumph of the Puritan Sabbath during the Revolution, a triumph that continued to make the English Sabbath distinctive into the nineteenth century. In the course of this investigation, Dennison shows that the Puritan view of the Lord's Day became the dominate view - both theologically and practically - by the latter half of the seventeenth century, in spite of challenges it faced from the ""medieval"" position of the Court party and the Seventh-day Sabbatarians.

Table of Contents:

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1 - The Formative Years: The Sabbath and the Desire for a Pure Reformation, 1532-1603

Chapter 2 - The Restless Years: The Sabbath in the Era of the Book of Sports, 1603-1633

Chapter 3 - Years of No Rest: The Sabbath Pamphlet Wars, Laud and the Revolution, 1633-1650

Chapter 4 - Years of Relative Rest: The Sabbath as an English Custom, 1650-1700

Chapter 5 - Conclusion

Appendix I - Articles of Visitation

Appendix II - The Puritan Attitude Toward Recreation

Table Illustrating Doctrinal Differences and Similarities"

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Titolo: Market Day of the Soul, the
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Data di pubblicazione: 2008
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Descrizione libro Reformation Heritage Books, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2008. Softbound. Condizione libro: NEW. 209pp This is a reprinting of Dennison's book on the Sabbath as understood by the Puritans. Dennison originally wrote this book as a thesis at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary for the late Dr. John H. Gerstner, and it was published in 1983. We have retypeset it from its original edition. In this book, painstakingly researched from original sources, Dennison shows the differing views on the Sabbath between the Anglicans of the 16th and 17th centuries and the Puritans of that same time period. He concludes that the Puritan view of the Sabbath is the biblical one.Editorial ReviewsReviewDennison's detailed, historical study of the Sabbath-particularly the Puritan Sabbath-provides numerous insights that will help Christians today to maintain God-honoring Sabbath-keeping as the market day of the soul. May God use this book to turn many from the soul-damaging result of neglecting to keep the Sabbath day to the conscientious keeping of Sabbath as a delight owed to God (Isa. 58:13-14). --Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MichiganAbout the AuthorJames T. Dennison, Jr. is Academic Dean of Northwest Theological Seminary in Washington, where he also serves as Professor of Church History and Biblical Theology. He has been the editor of "Kerux: A Journal of Biblical-Theological Preaching" since 1986. He has also edited variou books including Francis Turretin's "Institutes of Elenctic Theology," Geerhardus Vos' "Old Testament Eschatology," and, "The Letters of Geerhardus Vos.". Codice libro della libreria 79710

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