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The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine (3 vols.)

by Erskine, Ebenezer

5 publishers Hamilton, Adams & Co., J. Pryde, Ogle & Murray, Oliver and Boyd, William Oliphant and Co. 1871

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The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine (3 vols.)
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Overview

Ebenezer Erskine was a Scottish minister, talented orator, and key figure in establishing the Secession Church in Scotland. He was minister of Portmoak, where he served for 28 years until he moved to the West Church in Stirling, where he served for 23 years. He was known as a man of incorruptible integrity who acted with honesty and courage. This devotion to his principles led him to head a group of ministers who would not be a part of a Church of Scotland that compromised the rights of the congregation. Erskine’s Puritan preaching frequently drew a crowd his church could not contain, drawing him to regularly preach outside. Included is the whole of the steadfast Puritan’s published sermons and poetry, still profitable for study today for any student of Puritan and Reformed thought.

The Logos Bible Software editions preserve 52 of Erskine’s sermons in their entirety, fully indexed for instant search results. Scripture references appear in your preferred translation on mouseover, and all your dictionaries and references tools are a click away, making this collection perfect for research and personal study.

Key Features

  • Ebenezer Erskine’s complete poetry and prose
  • Three large volumes from the leader of the Scottish secession movement
  • 52 unabridged eighteenth-century puritan sermons

Individual Titles

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine vol. 1

  • Edition: New Edition
  • Series: The Whole Works of Rev. Ebenezer Erskine
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1871
  • Pages: 524

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents

  • Preface
  • Preface to the first sermon
  • God’s Little Remnant Keeping Their Garments Clean in an Evil Day
  • The Backslider Characterized
  • The Wind of the Holy Ghost Blowing upon the Dry Bones in the Valley of Vision
  • The Kings is Held in the Galleries
  • The Groans of Believers under their Burdens
  • The Believer Exalted in Imputed Righteousness
  • The Humble Soul the Peculiar Favorite of Heaven
  • The Necessity and Profitableness of Good Works Asserted
  • Christ in the Believer’s Arms
  • A Discourse on the Throne of Grace
  • The Assurance of Faith Opened and Applied
  • God in Christ, a God of Love
  • Unbelief Arraigned and Condemned at the Bar of God
  • The Day-Spring from on High
  • The Rainbow of the Covenant Surrounding the Throne of Grace
  • The Tree of Life Shaking Her Fruits and Leaves among the Nations
  • The Law of Faith Issuing Forth from Mount Zion
  • The Stone Rejected by the Builders Exalted as the head-stone of the corner

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine vol. 2

  • Edition: New Edition
  • Series: The Whole Works of Rev. Ebenezer Erskine
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1871
  • Pages: 520

Contents

  • The Government upon Christ’s Shoulder
  • A Treasure of Gospel-Grace Digged out of Mount Sinai
  • The Standard of Heaven Lifted up against the Powers of Hell, and their auxiliaries
  • The Believer’s Journey from the Wilderness of this World, to the Heavenly Canaan
  • The True Substance and Strength of a Church and Nation
  • The First Promise Accomplishes
  • Courageous Faith
  • The Solemnity of Christ’s Ascension to the Throne of Glory
  • The Wrath of Man Bounded by the Power of God
  • The Name of God Glorified in Christ
  • The Tabernacle of David Ruined by Man, and Reared up by the Mighty God
  • The Annals of Redeeming Love, with the Redeemer’s Vengeance upon the Grand Enemy of the Redeemed
  • The Sovereignty of Zion’s King
  • Christ, the Resurrection and the Life

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine vol. 3

  • Edition: New Edition
  • Series: The Whole Works of Rev. Ebenezer Erskine
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1871
  • Pages: 500

Contents

  • A Lamp Ordained for God’s Anointed
  • The Angel’s Seal Set upon God’s Faithful Servants, When Hurtful Winds are Blowing in the Church Militant
  • Christ Considered as the Nail, Fastened in a Sure Place, Bearing all the Glory of His Father’s House
  • A Robbery Committed, and Restitution Made, Both God and Man
  • Worthless Man Much Regarded by the Mighty God
  • The Human Nature Preferred unto the Angelical
  • The Broken Law Magnified and Made Honorable
  • The Wise Virgins Going Forth to Meet the Bridegroom
  • The New Testament Ark Opened Against the Deluge of Divine Wrath
  • The Plant of Renown
  • God’s Doves Flying to His Windows
  • Christ Set up from Everlasting
  • Abraham Rejoicing to see Christ’s Day Afar Off
  • Christ, as the Breaker, Opening all Passes to Glory that were Impassible
  • Ethiopia Stretching Out Her Hands to God
  • The Kingdom of God within the Soul of Man
  • Gospel Treasure in Earthen Vessels
  • The Character of a Faithful Minister of Christ
  • Christ in the Clouds, Coming to Judgement
  • The Believer’s Jointure

Product Details

  • Title: The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine
  • Author: Ebenezer Erskine
  • Edition: New Edition
  • Publisher: Hamilton, Adams & Co.
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 1,544

About the Author

Ebenezer Erskine (1680–1754) was a Scottish minister whose actions led to the establishment of the Secession Church in Scotland. His father was a victim of the Great Ejection under the Act of Uniformity in 1662, and was imprisoned for several years during Ebenezer’s childhood. Ebenezer studied at the University of Edinburgh and then became minister of Portmoak, where he served for 28 years until he moved to the West Church in Stirling, where he served for 23 years. Following in his fathers footsteps, he was rebuked at the General Assembly in 1722 for defending the doctrines found in The Marrow of Modern Divinity. In 1733 he was suspended because of his democratic stance on lay patronage. In protest, Erskine and the other suspended ministers formed their own church court, no longer acknowledging the authority of the General Assembly. This eventually lead to Ebenezer being deposed, though he continued to preach to a large and influential congregation in Stirling until his death in 1754.