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The Select Works of Robert Rollock, edited by William M. Gunn, brings together select writings of Edinburgh University’s first principal, Robert Rollock. A renowned biblical scholar, this sixteenth-century preacher and philosopher is known as one of the greatest Reformed theologians of his day. In this collection, you’ll find many of Rollock’s well-known Biblical commentaries and treatises, sermons, and other works. These volumes provide important insights into the early days of covenant theology in Scotland.
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- A seminal work of early covenant theology
- Rollock’s Treatise on Effectual Calling, one of the best examples of sixteenth-century Reformed theology
- A biographical sketch of Robert Rollock
- Title: Select Works of Robert Rollock
- Author: Robert Rollock
- Editor: William M. Gunn
- Publisher: Edinburgh
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 1,422
About Robert Rollock
Robert Rollock (1555–1599) was the first principal of the University of Edinburgh, and one of the sixteenth century’s greatest Reformed theologians. He was a renowned biblical scholar who wrote commentaries, treatises, and sermons—and he was the first Scottish theologian to expound upon covenant theology.
About William M. Gunn
William M. Gunn (1750–1841) was an English clergyman, writer, and historian.