Faith, Election and the Believer’s Assurance by George Gifford (1547-1620)
George Gifford (1547-1620) was a most excellent puritan divine described as a fiery Gospel preacher, learned and able, being a great enemy to popery.
In this Scriptural exhortation and teaching on 2 Peter 1:1-11...
"A top-notch, soul-encouraging, biblically-rich and God-glorifying work on Christ's ravishing love for his spouse on Song of Songs 4:9." - McMahon
A Treatise of the Loves of Christ to His Spouse by Samuel Bolton, D.D. (1606-1654)
Samuel Bolton, D.D. (1606-1654) was a Westminster divine and...
The Doctrine of Man’s Future Eternity by John Jackson (1600-1648)
John Jackson (1600-1648) was a Westminster Puritan divine with a hearty theological intellect, and tender pastoral understanding.
In this work, Jackson lays down biblically the doctrine of eternity, and the importance of man’s...
Mr. Bowles, in this excellent and stirring treatise, fights diligently against false and hypocritical, zeal. He, instead, in this famous address, sets down the biblical zeal of a true reformer.
Zeal for God’s House Quickened by Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?)
Oliver Bowles B.D. (1574-1664?)...
Discerning the Signs of the Times and the Church’s Reformation by Samuel Willard (1640-1707)
Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Protestant ministers of his day...
George Gifford is one of those puritan preachers that most are not familiar with, but ought to be. He is a storehouse of biblical sweetness, and draws out the truths surrounding the Lord Jesus Christ in his work and merit of salvation to the praise of God’s glorious grace.
Taking Hold of...
Primitive Baptism and Therein Infant’s and Parent’s Rights by Matthew Sylvester (1636–1708)
Matthew Sylvester (1636–1708) was a nonconformist divine, a meek and spirited Reformed preacher, and scholarly linguist.
This wonderful work by Matthew Sylvester is an exegetical triumph of proper...
Christ's Directives on the Nature of True Worship by Arthur Hildersham (1563-1631)
Arthur Hildersham (1563-1631) was a shining light in the puritan party, and celebrated for his exemplary learning and piety as a minister of Jesus Christ.
This work is an abridged version of Arthur Hildersham’s...
5 Marks of Biblical Reformation by C. Matthew McMahon
Everybody loves to claim the magisterial reformation for their own! Everyone wants to be a reformer in that way. But take God’s principles of a Biblical Reformation and apply them to the church in practical daily living, then that’s a...
The Art of Divine Meditation by Edmund Calamy (1600-1666)
Edmund Calamy (1600-1666) was a Reformed Presbyterian preacher of the Gospel and one of the distinguished members of the Westminster Assembly. He was active to promote Reformed Theology in his day and was an eminent scholar of the Bible...
The Christian’s Duty and Safety in Evil Times by Christopher Love (1618-1651)
"Love is without a doubt, one of my favorites writers of all time. Eminently biblical and exceedingly practical. This new work is a gem in both regards." - Dr. McMahon
Christopher Love (1618-1651) was a fiery and...
Would you like to grow in your reverence to God during public and private worship?
God's Will. God's Rules. God's People. God's Worship.
John Forbes explains 1 Timothy 3:13-16 to churches that claim to uphold true worship, but may be missing the mark. This is an amazingly powerful work for...
Here are a number of Puritan Biographies Updated at APM. They list a bio, picture (if available) and their works, and they link to all the known works of that individual online:
Adoniram Byfield (1602-1660)
Benjamin Rudyerd (1572–1658)
George Morley (1598–1684)
Charles Herle (1598–1659)
The Affects of Sin on the Soul – by John Dod (1549-1645).
John Dod (1549-1645) was a learned Reformed minister and puritan, an exquisite Hebrew scholar, and a most pious divine.
In an expanded treatise on 2 Samuel 24, Dod explains David’s grievous sin of numbering the people against the direct...