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Monday, January 29, 2007 

Book Alert: Hyde's The Good Confession
Topic: Blogging

Rev. Danny Hyde, pastor of Oceanside United Reformed Church (URC) and prolific blogger over at Pilgrims & Parish has published another book:
The Good Confession: An Exploration of the Christian Faith.

Begun out of his own membership courses, this latest effort is a workbook set to help introduce and establish new members into the beauty of biblical Christianity through the historic creeds and confessions of Reformed Christianity.
Reformed pastors are always looking for a good curriculum to use with new Christians and inquirers that is solidly Reformed, yet which does not major on the minors. The Good Confession is a well-balanced book that will help us instruct all those inquiring about our doctrine.

Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, Christ Reformed Church, Anaheim, CA
For more info on the book, including further reviews and comments, take a look at it on Rev. Hyde's blog. For purchasing information, see the book at Wipf & Stock publishers.

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