Implications of Public Confession
by Abraham Kuyper
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was born in the Netherlands. He was a Modernist minister when he assumed
his first charge, but was led, through the influence and prayers of a
saintly woman in his congregation, to see that he was feeding his people
He saw the
truth of salvation through the blood of Christ and responded by
preaching the gospel with unusual power.
was an outstanding theologian, he led a Dutch political party, and was
prime minister of the Netherlands.
Here is a
stimulating volume for young Reformed people answering the vital
question, "What is expected of me after I make confession of faith?"
Interestingly written and easily understood, Dr. Kuyper describes the
calling and life of confessing church members. Not only should young
people find this book valuable but also Christian parents and church
office-bearers will find it helpful for answering questions such as
Why should confession of faith be made publicly?
Who should make confession of faith?
Should training be given in preparation for this confession?
Of what should the preparation consist?
Are catechism classes necessary?
Is it necessary to examine candidates for confession of faith?
What is the relation between confession and being received into the church?
and worthwhile volume will prove itself indispensable indeed—and will
assure interested young people all the facts and "implications of public
Click here to read a chapter from this book.
To read an excerpt of this book in Spanish, click here.