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Iain H. Murray
Get this from a library! The Puritan hope: a study in revival and the interpretation of prophecy. [Iain Hamish Murray] -- Views on the future prospects of the Christian Church in history have differed drastically during the various periods of her life since Pentecost. . Chapter 3. Unfulfilled Prophecy: The Development Of The Hope Chapter 4. Apostolic Testimony: The Basis Of The Hope Chapter 5. The Hope And Puritan Piety Chapter 6. The Eighteenth-Century Awakening: The Hope Revived Chapter 7. World Missions: The Hope Spreading Chapter 8. The Hope and Scotland's Missionaries Chapter 9. The Eclipse of the Hope.
The Puritan Hope: A Study in Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy By Iain H. Murray The Puritan Hope: A Study in Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy His book could be a landmark, if it is studied and its inspiration caught widely among those who are seeking a Power which promises, yea, who promises - to effect more changes in human. Puritan Hope by Iain H Murray starting at $ Puritan Hope has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
A shameful act was committed upon us. The perpetrator walked away, leaving us with the shame. We absorbed the notion that we are somehow defective. To cover for this we constructed a false self, a masked self. And it is this self that is the overachiever or the dunce, the tramp or the puritan, the powermonger or the pathetic loser.”. The Church of England. Through the reigns of the Protestant King Edward VI (), who introduced the first vernacular prayer book, and the Catholic (), who sent some dissenting.
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This influence of hope brought the gospel not just to the heathen nations, but the Jewish people living in Germany, Syria, and Budapest in the 18th century. And of course, the influence of the Puritans spread to the great mission expeditions to Africa and India as well, which were led by men, who were devout adherents of Puritan theology/5(11).
Released in the early 70's when dispensationalism was at it's height, this book resurrects the old Puritan view and gives it a new hearing.
This book is not a /5(12). The puritan hope is an extraordinary hope, as shown in this book. The concepts explained by Iain Murray are fundamental to Christianity and have significant importance in culture - both in the way we view puritan hope book and the way we approach it.
There are several chapters dedicated to church history and an entire chapter explaining Romans /5. Such questions are brought to the fore in The Puritan Hope and the author, employing both exposition of Scripture and much historical and biographical material, sets out the case for believing that it is not ‘orthodox’ to indulge in gloom over the prospect for Christianity in the world.
Table of Contents Expand ↓5/5(1). In 'The Puritan Hope', the author, employing both exposition of Scripture and much historical and biographical material, sets out the case for believing that it is not orthodox to indulge in gloom over the prospect for Christianity in the world.
"synopsis" may /5(). This book is not a text on eschatology in the proper sense of the word. Murray does not delineate various views and weigh them against different kinds of evidence. Instead what he does is demonstrate that the theology of the Reformation, and especially the Puritans was a victorious-minded postmillennialism which looked forward to Christ's conquest of the nations, and the conversion of the Jews.5/5(4).
The Puritan Hope – Iain H. Murray. In this landmark book, first published inIain Murray, traces the “Puritan Hope” of a glorious and worldwide revival before the second coming of Christ, from the Reformation onwards.
The Puritan hope was not “a naturalistic view of inevitable progress in history but great outpourings of the Spirit in the future” (p. ) Two themes run through this book—this detailed and very interesting book which ‘grew out of an address’ (xxiii): the interpretation of prophecy, and revival/5(8).
The Puritan Hope Inin a small junk shop in a small town in the south of England, amongst a large pile of pulp novels, I came across of a book that would change my life. The book was Iain Murray’s The Puritan Hope, subtitled ‘A Study in Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy’.
Meet the Puritans by Joel R. Beeke and Randall J. Pederson Chapters on who the Puritans are, why we should read them, and short histories of the English, Scottish and Dutch Puritans.
The Puritan Hope: Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy by Murray, Iain H. () Paperback Paperback out of 5 stars 11 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(11).
Whether or not you are convinced by Ian Murray’s arguments, a fair reading of this book should lead to a serious consideration of why so many Puritans held this hope to be true.
If nothing else, it will encourage you in knowing that our sovereign God is fully active through the Church of Jesus Christ, drawing sinners to himself in saving grace. Such questions are brought to the fore in The Puritan Hope and the author, employing both exposition of Scripture and much historical and biographical material, sets out the case for believing that it is not 'orthodox' to indulge in gloom over the prospect for Christianity in the : Book Description Today the Church’s hope in respect to her mission of discipling all nations is in eclipse.
The world gives Christianity no future and evangelicals themselves doubt whether the cause of Christ can ever attain to a greater triumph before his Second Advent.
Discover The Puritan Hope: Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy by Iain H Murray and millions of other books available at Barnes & Noble. Shop paperbacks, eBooks, and more. Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. The Puritan hope was not “a naturalistic view of inevitable progress in history but great outpourings of the Spirit in the future” (p.
) Two themes run through this book—this detailed and very interesting book which ‘grew out of an address’ (xxiii): the interpretation of prophecy, and revival/5. This is the hope that fueled the Puritan movement. We would do well to study these mighty men of God and learn from their wisdom. They knew, and it is a lesson we ought to learn, that some seasons of history are seasons of sowing and others of reaping.
It is not for us to determine whether we are given the privilege of either sowing or reaping. The Prospect in History: Christ our Hope Author Iain Hamish Murray, born in Lancashire, England, inwas educated at Wallasey Grammar School and King William’s College in.
A now-classic book by Iain Murray entitled The Puritan Hope describes how this confidence inspired God’s people to persevere through times of fierce persecution, and how it energised the pioneers of the modern mission movement. The Puritan Hope. This is a book that teaches readers to pray by example.' --D.A.
CARSON 'The Valley of Vision is a wonderful collection of Puritan prayers which both help to shape and inform our own private devotions and, perhaps more importantly, aid pastors as they seek to lead their congregations in prayer and into the presence of God.' CARL TRUEMANReviews: K.
Murray, Iain, The Puritan Hope (Carlisle, PA: The Banner of Truth Trust). Murray "explains how and why the Puritans came to their eschatological beliefs; how these were perverted, primarily in modern times, by men like Edward Irving and J.N. Darby; why we've stopped thinking critically about these theories; and how we must recapture the confident expectation of Christ's triumphant end-time /5(2).How this occurred and how widespread was the influence of their hope is the subject of this volume.
After tracing some of the salient features of the Puritan revival age, the author goes on to show how their witness reverberated through the succeeding centuries.
- Jacket flap.5/5(1).Puritan Hope: Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy by Iain Murray In this landmark book, first published inIain Murray, traces the “Puritan Hope” of a glorious and worldwide revival before the second coming of Christ, from the Reformation onwards.