Timothy Read RRC

At Broken Wills he says, 

recoveringRecovering the Reformed Confession by R. Scott Clark, Review: An excellent book that I cannot praise enough. It is timely in that is points to the present and pressing problems in Reformed churches and because it will be worth rereading in years to come. Dr. Clark reminds the Reformed churches and ministers of the unique theology, piety, and practice that belongs to Her according to the great Reformed confessions of the 16th and 17th Century. It is a must for all, especially for those who see ‘reformed theology’ as merely adhering to the Five Points of Calvinism.”

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  1. It was a great book that I have already lent to someone at Church!

    Hah, I see some typos in my review that I will have to fix. My review does not do justice to the content and breadth of the book.

    Thanks for all the research that was put into it. It was very encouraging and insightful.

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