This volume contains Charles Ferme’s analytical work on Romans, in which “all the more difficult words, sentences, and phrases are exactly, fully, and clearly explained from the sacred Scriptures.”
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Charles Ferme (1567–1617) was raised in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was educated at Edinburgh University, receiving his master’s in 1587. He became a regent in 1589. Ferme also served as a minister and college principal during his life.