The Reformed Pastor

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2006 - Religion - 340 pages
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Powerful -- not to be missed

User Review  - Jeremy E -

Like Baxter's other works, this one isn't just an overview of Biblical duties, but a powerful call to action. Few writers have a way of conveying a sense of holiness like Baxter does, and if you're ... Read full review

User Review  - Richard A Douglas -

The "reformed" pastor can be a misleading title. But when you look at the lower case spelling of reformed you realize it has nothing to do with theology and everything to do with reforming the man of ... Read full review

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