‘The Religious Tradesman’ by Richard Steele

Richard Steele was a Puritan minister in the mid-seventeenth century, but his work The Religious Tradesman is what you might consider a "lost classic." Even in 1747, eighty years after its initial publication, Isaac Watts, writing in the introduction, lamented that the piece was "now very little known;" it's popularity foundering under the disadvantages of an "ancient … Continue reading ‘The Religious Tradesman’ by Richard Steele

Clarity: The Responsibility of Every Christian Writer

I am thankful for blogs. Good writers who would otherwise go unread are able to make helpful and edifying insights available for public perusal and reflection. Nevertheless, I am convinced that ease of writing and posting does not always guarantee better writing. At the same time, I am also convinced that Christians have the responsibility---if … Continue reading Clarity: The Responsibility of Every Christian Writer