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The Works of David Clarkson, vol. 1

by Clarkson, David

James Nichol 1864

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Overview

David Clarkson is one of the most prominent Puritan ministers of the seventeenth century, contemporary of John Owen and John Bunyan. He worked closely with Owen, pastoring Owen’s congregation after his death. He was known for combining sound doctrine with practical application. Various sermons and publications by Clarkson are included in this resource. Themes of the Reformation and other Protestant thinkers run throughout Clarkson’s writing, establishing him among the Puritan fathers.

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Key Features

  • Provides brief biography on David Clarkson
  • Contains 13 sermons
  • Introductory Scripture for each sermon

Contents

  • Of Original Sin
  • Of Repentance
  • Of Faith
  • Of Living by Faith
  • Of Dying in Faith
  • Of Living as Strangers
  • The Excellent Knowledge of Christ
  • Justification by the Righteousness of Christ
  • Men by Nature Unwilling to Come to Christ
  • The Lord the Owner of All Things
  • Hearing the Word
  • Of Taking Up the Cross

Product Details

  • Title: The Works of David Clarkson, vol. 1
  • Author: David Clarkson
  • Publisher: James Nichol
  • Publication Date: 1864
  • Pages: 510

About David Clarkson

David Clarkson (1622–1686) was born in England. He attended Cambridge University and was a pastor for most of his career. Clarkson pastored with John Owen, becoming pastor after Owen’s death in 1683.