A Golden Chain
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Written by William Perkins (1558-1602), A Golden Chain is one of the best treatments of the doctrines of election and reprobation ever written. Due to its controversial nature, it is one of the few significant and influential works written by a Puritan which has not been widely republished as a standalone version.
This version of A Golden Chain has been edited by Mark Smith and Matthew Payne, transcribed from the 1597 edition of Perkins’ work, and lightly abridged and modernised with simplified language and new structural diagrams. This release will also include a brief introduction to both Perkins’ life and work written by Perkins scholar, Matthew Payne.