New Series: Profiles in Reformed Spirituality

This advertisement appeared recently in a Reformation Heritage catalogue.
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A new series titled “Profiles in Reformed Spirituality” is being published by Reformation Heritage Books. The series is edited by Michael Haykin and Joel Beeke. The first volume, A Consuming Fire: The Piety of Alexander Whyte of Free St. George’s has already been published. Three additional volumes are due to be released this year: Jonathan Edwards (May), Hercules Collins (July), and Horatius Bonar (November). According to the publisher’s website:

This series is designed to introduce the spirituality and piety of the Reformed tradition by presenting descriptions of the lives of notable Christians with select passages from their works. This combination of biographical sketches and collected portions from primary sources gives a taste of the treated subjects’ contribution to our spiritual heritage and some direction as to how the reader can find further edification through their works.

I am privileged to serve as co-editor for the upcoming volume on Hercules Collins. I am working now at finding and editing selections from the writings of Hercules Collins for inclusion in the volume scheduled for publication in July. Please pray for me as I complete this project.

2 comments

  1. Steve,

    What a fantastic opportunity for you! Your love for Collins makes you a prime pick to edit this! I’m sure your collection will truly emphasize an evangelical spirituality!

    I have the previous volumes in the original series from Joshua Press (Cromwell, Whitefield, and Fuller) and the new one on Whyte from Reformation Heritage Books (it looks great as well!). They have become a wonderful addition to my own devotional life and I am sure Collins will no doubt add to my continuing journey to be more like Jesus Christ!

    Allen

  2. Allen,

    It is indeed a great opportunity! I too have the volumes from Joshua Press. The volume on Whyte is in the mail.

    I think you will enjoy the selections from Hercules Collins’ writings that will make up that volume.

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