Packer’s Puritan Publications Published
The John Richard Allison Library in Vancouver has just digitized its entire collection of rare Puritan texts—and made them available to read online for free. Not only do you get to see high-res scans of the originals, old-school bibliophiles also get the satisfaction of virtually flipping each page (thankfully, you can turn off the page-flip sound effects). Exhibit A: Jeremiah Burroughs’s “treatise ...
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