The Westminster Confession of Faith and the Cessation of Special Revelation
The Majority Puritan Viewpoint on Whether Extra-Biblical Prophecy is Still Possible
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"Garnet Milne presents us with a much-needed study. . . . He builds his case by presenting judicious and thorough evidence from a large number of both primary and secondary sources. It is a fascinating and groundbreaking book . . . and clarifies a remarkable amount of profound, theological detail."
--Joel R. Beeke, from the Foreword
"Connecting the past to the present is always a difficult but necessary task for the responsible Christian theologian. Dr. Milne's work is a good example of how modern questions can be sensitively engaged in a manner which gives due respect to the great formulations of the past without either imposing Procrustean criteria on such historic discussions or simply historicizing such to the point of irrelevance."
--Carl R. Trueman, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia
"Scholars in puritan studies are increasingly alert to the variety of the movement's theology and spirituality. Garnet Milne's carefully-argued conclusions will provide a major resource for the reassessment of the most critical of puritan doctrines--the sufficiency of Scripture."
--Crawford Gribben, Long Room Hub Senior Lecturer in Early Modern Print Studies, Trinity College, Dublin