Posted On November 2, 2020

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On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Dustin Benge discuss the contribution the American Puritans made to the American church, what writers can learn from the American Puritans to help them grow as writers, and advice to ministry leaders navigate challenges on social media, along with his book with Nate Pickowicz, The American Puritans (Reformation Hertige, 2020).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • John Eliot and why he’s so important.
  • The contribution the American Puritans made to the life of the American church.
  • How the American Puritans can help Christians today to navigate challenging times and issues.
  • What writers can learn from the American Puritans to help them grow as writers.
  • The main differences between the output of the English Puritans and the American Puritans.
  • Advice for ministry leaders navigating challenges on social media.

About the Guest

DUSTIN W. BENGE (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is provost of Union School of Theology, Wales, visiting professor of Munster Bible College, Cork, Ireland and a Senior Fellow of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies. In addition, Dustin is the author of several books, writes regularly for Reformanda Ministries and Tabletalk, and serves as editor of Expositor magazine. Dustin and his wife Molli live in Porthcawl, Wales.

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