People often ask what made the theology of the Puritans so distinctive. In this new work, Gary Crampton addresses that very question by examining their teachings on the Bible, God, Covenant Theology, Soteriology, the Family, the Church, and the Civil Government. This book is not a memorial to deceased teachers, nor a call to return to “the good old days.” Rather, it is a tribute to the God the Puritans saw in Scripture. As the author says, “The Puritans . . . thought biblically. They were theo-centric and set their minds on things above.” Here is an excellent introduction to the God the Puritans saw and the theology that came from that vision.