The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment (Puritan Paperback)
Burroughs' writings, some published before and others after his death, were numerous, but The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment is one of the most valuable of them all. Its author was much concerned to promote:
Includes a Biographical Introduction by Michael Boland
About the Author
Jeremiah Burroughs (1599–1646), was a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and for four years the “teacher” of an English congregation in Rotterdam, to which place he had fled from the Laudian persecution in the 1630s. After his return from exile in 1641 he became “Gospel preacher” to “two of the greatest congregations in England, viz: Stepney and Cripplegate” (London). He is worthily reckoned as belonging to the front rank of English puritan preachers. As such he played a prominent part in the Westminster Assembly of divines, but died prematurely before the Assembly's work was concluded.