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Great Themes in Puritan Preaching Mariano Di Gangi

The Puritans, though often caricatured in modern days as narrow, gloomy and austere, were those whose high view of the Word of God distinguished them as serious students of the Scriptures.

Their preaching was marked by careful exegesis of the great themes of the Bible and the practical application of these doctrines to the life of their hearers. Men like John Owen, William Gough, Thomas Watson, John Flavel, Richard Sibbes, and many others, were used of God to powerfully preach the riches of the Messianic work of Christ, the new birth, repentance, justification, sanctification, assurance, and many other themes.

In this volume, Dr. Di Gangi brings together the words of these preachers on the great themes of the Word with the hopes that it might be used to revive in our churches a love for the truth and a desire to see the Scriptures faithfully preached and applied.

148 Pages
Published 2007

About the Author

Mariano Di Gangi was raised in New York in a family of Italian immigrants, all converted in 1930 by God’s amazing grace. He graduated from Brooklyn College, Westminster Theological Seminary, The Presbyterian College (Montreal), and received his D.D. from Gordon Conwell Divinity School. Dr. Di Gangi has served at pastorates in Montreal, Hamilton, Philadelphia (Tenth Presbyterian Church) and Toronto. He also served as President of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, International Chairman of Interserve (Central Asia) and Professor of Pastoral Studies at Tyndale Seminary, Toronto.