A Brief History of the Westminster Assembly: Celebrating the Westminster Confession's 350th Anniversary

Wednesday, 01 Sep 1993

It is impossible to read the history of modern Britain or the United States without realizing at once that it is simultaneously the history of Puritanism. After the "first Reformation," which is how the Puritans referred to the sixteenth century led by Luther and Calvin, it became increasingly clear that many in Britain were simply moving from nominal Roman Catholicism to nominal Protestantism. Baptized in the Church of England, every native son or daughter was generally regarded as a citizen of heaven, in spite of so many learned and godly bishops and archbishops who insisted on further ...

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