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Balancing Head and Heart in Seventeenth Century Puritanism

Stephen Charnock's Doctrine of the Knowledge of God


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Balancing Head and Heart in Seventeenth Century Puritanism by Larry Siekawitch
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An examination of the doctrine of God in the theological construction of Stephen Charnock, exploring his use of reason and his commitment to experiential faith. This study explores Charnock's doctrine of the knowledge of God to discover his contributions to the Restoration English Puritan understanding of a balance of head and heart. Charnock paved a distinctive trail in the midst of diverse paths the Restoration Puritans were taking, but he also maintained certain characteristics, which were common to the Puritan way.

Author Biography

Larry Siekawitch is Senior Pastor of Harvest Fellowship, Sauk Rapids, MN.
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2012
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Paternoster Press
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