Richard Baxter’s A Call to the Unconverted was the gospel tract of his day. Widely circulated, the book provided the saving knowledge of Christ to a large number of readers. A Call to the Unconverted shares the gospel with clarity, accuracy, and depth. With unmatched thoroughness, Baxter gives listeners much to learn, especially in view of today’s “gospel light” and “easy-believism” approach.
Richard Baxter (1615–1691) was one of the preeminent Puritan leaders of his day, the most successful Puritan pastor, and the most productive Puritan writer. Ordained at 23, he spent 17 fruitful years as curate at Kidderminster, England. He was ejected from the Church of England by the Act of Uniformity in 1662 and was imprisoned at least three times for his preaching. The author of more than 150 published treatises.