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Hold Fast the Faith: A Devotional Commentary on the Westminster Confession of 1647, was written to help introduce evangelical Christians to the great puritan document, The Westminster Confession of Faith (1647). The WCF has been the doctrinal standard of Presbyterian and Reformed churches for over 350 years, and is one of the most important theological statements written in the last one thousand years.
As the title suggests, Hold Fast the Faith is a "devotional." It was not written for scholars or theologians, but regular Christians on a journey of faith and obedience. It was written to help inform and guide our prayer lives, and to strengthen our daily relationship with Jesus Christ.
Yet Hold Fast the Faith is also a "commentary," because it sticks closely to the original thirty-three chapters of the WCF, explaining the foundational beliefs of the English Puritans, and working through all of the major doctrines of Reformed churches.
Includes the full text of the Westminster Confession and both Larger and Shorter Catechisms.