Puritan ministers saw themselves as ambassadors for God, called to proclaim his word and shepherd his people. They sought to pastor and lead people through the word clearly preached and the sacraments rightly administered, and by means of a godly church discipline. In this second compilation of recent St. Antholin's Lectures we see and hear the Puritans in action, and are encouraged to apply their godly wisdom in our own day. Peter Adam Word and Spirit: The Puritan-Quaker Debate. Wallace Benn Usher on Bishops: A Reforming Ecclesiology. Peter Ackroyd Strangers to Correction: Christian Discipline and the English Reformation. David Field Decalogue Dod and his Seventeenth Century Bestseller: A 400th Anniversary Appreciation. Chad B. Van Dixhoorn A Puritan Theology of Preaching. Peter Adam 'To Bring Men to Heaven by Preaching' - John Donne's Evangelistic Sermons. Tony Baker 1807 - 2007: John Newton and the Twenty-first Century. Lee Gatiss From Life's First Cry: John Owen on Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation. Andrew Atherstone Evangelical Mission and Anglican Church Order: Charles Simeon Reconsidered David Holloway Re-establishing the Christian Faith - and the Public Theology Deficit. The compilation is edited by Lee Gatiss, and opens with his introduction: The Grand Nursery of Puritanism: St. Antholin's as a Strategic Centre for Gospel Ministry.