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The Westminster Confession of Faith: For Study Classes


by G I Williamson


The Westminster Confession of Faith is an unsurpassed summary of biblical truth and should be familiar ground to people of Reformed and Presbyterian conviction. For decades, G. I. Williamson's guide to the Confession has been an invaluable resource used in churches and colleges throughout the world.

REVIEWS:
A trustworthy guide and excellent resource for all who wish to understand the Westminster Confession of Faith. Highly recommended for both personal and group study.--Cornelis Van Dam

Useful, practical, succinct, and sound . . . still the best and safest work of its kind available. It servesso many purposes: church classes, home schooling, private study, family worship. The explanation of each chapter clearly communicates the gist of Reformed doctrine in a practical way, probing sufficiently deep to impart truths both old and new without becoming verbose. The appended questions will stimulate much thought and great discussion.--Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

This study guide has already proven its value. It will continue to serve the church as an excellent instructional tool, well suited to a broad variety of groups and age levels.--Richard B. Gaffin Jr., Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Emeritus, Westminster Theological Seminary

If this biblical, Reformed faith is to be a living faith in our day, it requires an intimate acquaintance with the kind of biblical wisdom contained in this great confession. Williamson's study is an excellent help to that end.--Cornelis P. Venema


Bio:  
G. I. Williamson (BD, Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary) has served congregations of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, the Reformed Churches of New Zealand, and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He is author of study guides to the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Shorter Catechism, as well as editor of Ordained Servant, a journal for elders and deacons.


 ISBN: 9780875525938
 Pub Date: November 01, 2003
 Paperback
 409 pages