The Path of True Godliness

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Baker Academic, 2003 - Religion - 303 pages
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How does one flee from temptation? What is the best way for believers to open their hearts to God? Packed with scriptural guidance, Willem Teellinck's The Path of True Godliness answers these questions and more. First published more than four hundred years ago, this book serves as a reminder that the struggle to live a godly life is one that Christians have always confronted. And while some of the advice is dated to Teellinck's own era, much of it is timely wisdom that can be easily applied to the lives of contemporary Christians. The latest volume in the Classics of Reformed Spirituality series, The Path of True Godliness will appeal to all those struggling to live a godly life.

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Contents

Series Preface
7
The Character of True Godliness
31
The Kingdom of Darkness Opposes the Practice
55
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Tellinck was a pastor and prolific writer who helped move the Reformed Church beyond matters of doctrine and policy to reformation in life and practice.

Joel R. Beeke is President and Professor of Systematic Theology and Homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has written numerous books, including several for children. He and his wife Mary have three children.

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