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The Worship of the English Puritans

by Horton Davies

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Dr. Davies, professor of religious history at Princeton University, wrote this classic work on Reformed worship in the mid-1940's as his doctoral work. There are chapters on the theology of Reformed worship, the nature of English Puritanism, the place of the Word of God in worship, Puritan preaching, church discipline, extemporaneous prayers, prayer books, ordinations, and the sacraments.… (more)

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