1600s

Richard Baxter: Why Self Denial Is Necessary For Salvation

Richard Baxter: Why Self Denial Is Necessary For Salvation Richard Baxter lived through the 17th century and is a man who is hard to describe in any one word. He fashioned himself a peacemaker but got into more conflicts than most preachers on our show. After the brutal English Civil War he would be persecuted…

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Richard Sibbes: I Am My Beloved, And My Beloved Is Mine

Richard Sibbes was a largely influential minister in the early 1600s. He is known for his “affectionate theology” and his elegant words on one’s relationship with Christ. He was a member of the church of England but would get in trouble at times for his ties to the puritans. His sermon, “I Am My Beloved,…

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John Bunyan: Last Sermon

John Bunyan: Last Sermon   John Bunyan wrote one of the most famous books of all time, Pilgrim’s Progress. But many people forget that he was also a preacher. And a soldier and a prisoner for Christ. We explore the life of this seventeenth century preacher who was not expected to be much of anything…

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