A Habitual Sight of Him: The Christ-centered Piety of Thomas Goodwin (Profiles In Reformed Spirituality)

A Habitual Sight of Him: The Christ-centered Piety of Thomas Goodwin (Profiles In Reformed Spirituality)
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Beeke, Joel; Jones, Mark


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Thomas Goodwin (1600–1680) was a faithful pastor, Westminster divine, advisor to Oliver Cromwell, and president of Magdalen College, Oxford. In this book, Joel R. Beeke and Mark Jones acquaint the reader with Goodwin through an informative biographical introduction. The remainder of the book, 35 selections from across the works of Goodwin, displays Goodwin’s constant attention to Christ in his various theological engagements. You will learn much about the life and works of this influential Puritan, and perhaps, be strengthened with a habitual sight of Christ.

About the Author

Joel Beeke (PhD Westminster Theological Seminary) is president and professor of systematic theology and homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan, editor of The Banner of Sovereign Grace Truth, and author of numerous books.

Mark Jones is pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Book Details

138 Pages
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Publication Date: October 2009
ISBN 10: 1601780672
ISBN 13: 9781601780676

“Christology lay at the very heart of the best of Reformed Orthodox theology and practice. In this short book the reader is not only introduced to a brilliant Puritan theologian but also to the very center of his vital Christian piety. I hope this book introduces the writings of Goodwin to a new generation.”
–Carl Trueman

“In the long line of distinguished Puritans known as the ‘Spiritual Brotherhood,’ Thomas Goodwin had a formative impact on a host of contemporaries, including John Owen. On many a day while writing my doctoral dissertation on Goodwin, I found myself overwhelmed with emotion as well as penetrating insight as this servant of God set Christ forth in His saving office. Thomas Goodwin’s work defies any tidy division between doctrine and doxology.”
–Michael Horton