Pastoral Care During the Reformation

William VanDoodewaard speaks to us about Martin Bucer, John Knox, and the development of pastoral care during the Reformation. Dr. VanDoodewaard is professor of church history at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is the author of 1 & 2 Peter: Feed My Sheep (Welwyn Commentary Series), The Quest for the Historical Adam, and The Marrow Controversy and Seceder Tradition.

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Anthony Castellittlo

2 years ago

Very interesting, I grew up RCC and was confirmed in like 7th grade…. met my wife and became a confessing member of the NRC where the table was very strictly fenced (I wouldn’t dare partake or would receive ‘a visit’ afterwards)…. to the OPC in a local church where my children were encouraged to make confession pretty young after showing good and sincere knowledge of essentials….. we are now in a different OPC church and although we feel the intent was very good intentioned at our former church, are children were not mature enough to make that commitment



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