Over the past two decades, interest in the Puritans has enjoyed a resurgence. This group of devout believers left a vibrant legacy of biblical Christianity—one that not only furthered the advancement of the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century but also left behind a vast treasure of writings beloved by many, including classics like John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.
So who were the Puritans? Where did their spiritual passion come from? And how did they contribute to today's Christian church?
In the beautifully filmed documentary Puritan: All of Life to the Glory of God, theologian and Puritan enthusiast Joel Beeke takes us on a sweeping journey through the centuries to explore the lives and contributions of this deeply faithful group of authors, preachers, reformers, and martyrs.
Featuring interviews with Puritan scholars and admirers, including Albert Mohler, John MacArthur, John Piper, and the late J. I. Packer, Puritan is a captivating two-hour presentation that begins at the dawn of the Puritan age. With vivid scenes from across Europe and beyond, this in-depth exploration of remarkable men and women like Jonathan Edwards, Richard Baxter, John Owen, Matthew Henry, and Anne Bradstreet is engaging from start to finish.
Whether you're a long-time reader of Puritan theology or are entirely unfamiliar with these inspiring believers, you're sure to enjoy the full-length documentary Puritan: All of Life to the Glory of God.
Request your DVD set, which includes the feature film and an additional disc of special features and extended interviews. If you prefer to stream the documentary to your device, you'll find a free streaming link in the two-disc kit.
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