List of Puritan resources available in Logos

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Jesse Blevins | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, May 21 2019 3:58 AM

I am in the process of making a puritan collection, tagging, etc.. and it would make things a lot easier if there was a list of all of the puritan resources. 

By puritan I mean those like Thomas Boston, Thomas Manton, Stephen Charnok, etc... I lam looking at classical puritan authors.  

Thanks for any help. 


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Michael S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 4:13 AM

Just an obvious question, have you searched Logos for "Puritan"?  Mark Barnes may be some help on this one.  Maybe it is done by time frame (depending on which time frame you give the puritan era).  Not sure... this may be one of those you have to do manually one resource at a time.

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Jesse Blevins | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 4:25 AM

Michael S. 

I did a few manual searches on That is how I have found the one's that I have. 

I don't know about other's, but I always have trouble when searching the website for things like this. I don't know if it's my use of terminology or choosing the right categories. 

Thanks for your suggestions : ) 


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Michael S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 4:43 AM

Well the difficulty is there is no one codified definition of what makes a Puritan so.  As I mentioned before, even the time frame of the Puritan era is debated.  In other words, how to define "puritan" is the challenge.  The examples you gave are pretty much agreed upon to categorize as "Puritan", but others such as Jonathan Edwards, Charles Spurgeon... it depends on who you ask.  

It may be safe to go by the list provided by Joel Beeke in his book, Meet the Puritans.  Joel has focused his scholarly studies on the Puritans, so would be considered an expert on them.  JI Packer also is an expert on the Puritans. 

I gave all this assuming that your challenge is identifying who the puritans are.  However, if you challenge is more on the technical side, such as how to create a collection rule, then that is a different animal.  That would definitely be someone more tech savy with Logos than I am- such as Mark Barnes.

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GaoLu | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 5:51 AM

For now, you could try this theology collection, which almost certainly comes from Mark Barnes.

Collection Rule:

Author:("Bates, William", "Baxter, Richard", "Beeke, Joel R.", "Brook, Benjamin", "Brooks, Thomas", "Bunyan, John", "Burroughs, Jeremiah", "Charnock, Stephen", "Clarkson, David", "Edwards, Jonathan", "Flavel, John", "Foxe, John", "Goodwin, Thomas", "Henry, Philip", "Hopkins, Ezekiel", "Howe, John", "Jacomb, Thomas", "Manton, Thomas", "Marshall, Walter", "Murray, David", "Neal, Daniel", "Owen, John", "Packer, J. I.", "Polhill, Edward", "Poole, Matthew", "Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary", "Ridgley, Thomas", "Scougal, Henry", "Scudder, Henry", "Sibbes, Richard", "Swinnock, George", "Traill, Robert", "Ussher, James") OR Publisher:("Richard Owen Roberts")

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Jesse Blevins | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 11:52 AM

Thank you Michael and GaoLu for your help. 

I appreciate it. 



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Alexxy Olu | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 1:35 PM

This is another Collection rule for the Puritans. I think it is most likely from Mark Barnes  too.

[author:("Henry Ainsworth", "Henry Airay", "Joseph Alleine", "Richard Alleine", "Vincent Alsop", "Isaac Ambrose", "William Ames", "Richard Baker", "John Ball", "William Bates", “Joel R. Beeke”, "Richard Bernard", "Hugh Binning", "Robert Bolton", "Samuel Bolton", "Thomas Boston", "Thomas Brooks", "Anne Bradstreet", "Wilhelmus à Brakel", "William Bridge", "Benjamin Brook", "John Brown", "Henry Bullinger", "John Bunyan", "Anthony Burgess", "Daniel Burgess", "Jeremiah Burroughs", "Thomas Cartwright", "Joseph Caryl", "Thomas Case", "Stephen Charnock", "Samuel Clarke", "David Clarkson", "Elisha Coles", "John Colquhoun", "Alexander Comrie", "John Cotton", “Samuel Cradock”, "Tobias Crisp", "John Davenant", "David Dickson", "Philip Doddridge", "Thomas Doolittle", "James Durham", ”Daniel Dyke”, “Polhill Edward”, "Jonathan Edwards", “Edward Elton”, "Ebenezer Erskine", "Ralph Erskine", "John Flavel", "Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen", "John Foxe", "George Gillespie", “George Giffard”, "Thomas Goodwin", "Thomas Gouge", "William Gouge", "Andrew Gray", "Theodorus van der Groe", "William Gurnall", "William Guthrie", "Joseph Hall", "Abraham Hellenbroek", “Smith Henrie”, "Matthew Henry", "Philip Henry", "Oliver Heywood", "Arthur Hildersham", “Hezekiah Holland”, "Thomas Hooker", "Johannes Hoornbeek", "Ezekiel Hopkins", "John Howe", "Thomas Jacomb", "William Jenkyn", "Jacobus Koelman", "Benjamin Keach", "John Lightfoot", "Christopher love", “William DeLoss Love”, "Thomas Manton", "Walter Marshall", "Cotton Mather", "Increase Mather", "Richard Mather", "Samuel Mather", "Matthew Mead", “David Murray”, "Daniel Neal", "Christopher Ness", “Byfield Nicholas”, "John Owen", “J I Packer”, "Edward Pearse", "William Pemble", "William Perkins", “Edward Polhill”, "Matthew Poole", "John Preston", "Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary", "Edward Reynolds", “Thomas Ridgley”, "John Robinson", "Timothy Rogers", "Robert Rollock", "Samuel Rutherford", "Henry Scougal", "Henry Scudder", "Obadiah Sedgwick", "Thomas Shep*", "John Shower", “Richard Sibbes”, "Henry Smith", "Richard Steele", “Richard Stock”, "Solomon Stoddard", “A Symson”, “George Swinnock”, "Jean Taffin", "Edward Taylor", "Thomas Taylor", "Willem Teellinck", “Adams Thomas”, "Robert Traill", "John Trapp", “Richard Turnbull”, "Francis Turretin", "James Ussher", "Ralph Venning", "Nathaniel Vincent", "Thomas Vincent", "Richard Vines", "Gisbertus Voetius", "Thomas Watson", "William Whitaker", "John Winthrop", “Leonard Withington”, "Herman Witsius") OR series:"Puritan Sermons" OR Publisher:“Richard Owen Roberts” OR title:puritan OR subject:puritan -author:"john calvin"

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Jesse Blevins | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 21 2019 5:45 PM

Thank you Alexxy Olu . 

I appreciate it very much. 


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