The Marks of God's Children (Classics of Reformed Spirituality)
First published in 1585, The Marks of God’s Children by Jean Taffin became an instant classic in Dutch and French Reformed circles. Taffin offers comfort and encouragement to those engaged in spiritual warfare. Grounded in Reformed confessional orthodoxy, this spiritual reflection provides an astute understanding of the “marks” of God’s grace and salvation that is still relevant today. Experiential Christianity at its best. Highly recommended.
Published May 2012
About the Author
Jean Taffin (1529-1602) served as chaplain to Prince William of Orange for ten years.
Translated by Peter Y. DeJong (Ph.D., Hartford Theological Seminary), professor emeritus at Mid-America Reformed Seminary.
Edited by James A. De Jong (Th.D., Free University, Amsterdam), president emeritus of Calvin Theological Seminary.