The Sum of Saving Knowledge In 1650, a brilliant young theologian joined with a legendary pastor to write The Sum of Saving Knowledge, designed to summarize the Westminster Standards for the layperson. David Dickson and James Durham’s book was so popular that it was bound with almost every edition of the Standards for the next three centuries. Crown and Covenant Publications has released a new gift edition of the book edited by our guest, professor/author David Whitla, who adds a study guide to further help readers navigate and understand this literary classic.
Crown & Covenant generously provided a number of giveaway copies of The Sum of Saving Knowledge, and the winners are Michael L. from Katy, TX, John B. from Amarillo, TX, and Gregory B. from Northumberland, PA. Congratulations!
Show Notes *David Whitla’s free study guide download