Richard Baxter was vicar of Kidderminster from 1647 to 1661. J. I. Packer describes him as “the most outstanding pastor, evangelist and writer on practical and devotional themes that Puritanism produced.” His ministry transformed the people of Kidderminster from “an ignorant, rude and revelling people” to a godly, worshipping community. In his classic work, The Reformed Pastor, Baxter issues a fervent plea for the discharge of the spiritual obligations of the ministry. In this episode of Table Talk, Tyrell talks through the relevance of this book to the Christian church today.
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