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The Whole Works of Thomas Boston, Vol. 10: A Series of Sermons and the Christian Life Delineated
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The Whole Works of Thomas Boston, Vol. 10: A Series of Sermons and the Christian Life Delineated

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George and Robert King 1851

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Overview

Thomas Boston was a gifted preacher, a master of the biblical languages, an astute theologian, and an enormously influential Presbyterian minister. Jonathan Edwards called him “a truly great divine,” and Joel Beeke writes that “Boston’s sermons are models of sound exegesis combined with experiential piety and admonition.” Boston’s theologically rich and deeply pastoral writings make him essential for thinking Christians today.

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Key Features

  • Contains 28 sermons
  • Describes the Christian life
  • Written by an influential Presbyterian minister

Contents

  • Departing from Iniquity the Duty of All Who Name the Name of Jesus
  • The Inward Frame Should Correspond with the Outward Profession
  • A Rich Feast Prepared for Hungry Souls
  • The Distinguishing Privilege of God’s Faithful Servants
  • Gospel Privileges Wonders of Grace
  • God Not Ashamed to be Called His People’s God
  • Including Those Preached on the Names and Attributes of Christ
  • The Best Security Against the Day of Wrath
  • The Sin of People’s Forsaking God, and Betaking Themselves to the Creature in His Stead
  • The Birth, Gift, Government, and Glorious Names of Jesus Christ, as Saviour of Sinners
  • Christ Presented to Mankind Sinners
  • Christ, the Son of God, Gifted to Sinners
  • The Government on Christ’s Shoulder
  • Christ’s Name Above Every Name
  • Christ’s Name Wonderful
  • Christ the Counsellor
  • Christ the Mighty God
  • Christ the Everlasting Father
  • Christ the Prince of Peace
  • The Unsuccessfulness of the Gospel, the Nature of the Gospel-Report, the Rarity of Believing It, and the Necessity of Divine Power in Order to Faith
  • The Way to Life, and the Way to Destruction Unfolded
  • The Duty and Advantage of Cleaving to the Lord and His Way, in a Declining Time
  • Perilous Times in the Last Days
  • The End of Time, and the Mystery of God Finished with It
  • Walking By Faith, Not by Sight
  • The Christian Life Delineated in Several Practical Discourses
  • Christ to be Found in the Ordinances, with the Import and Happy Effects of Finding Him
  • Sinners Interested in Christ, Obtaining Favour of the Lord
  • Unbelief the Sin Against Christ By Way of Eminence, and the Wrong Done to the Soul Thereby
  • Believers a Mystery, with a Description of Their Travels from the Wilderness of This World, to the Heavenly Canaan, Leaning Upon Christ
  • Enoch’s Character and Translation Explained, with a Description of Walking with God, As That in Which the Life of Religion Lies

Product Details

  • Title: The Whole Works of Thomas Boston, Vol. 10: A Series of Sermons and The Christian Life Delineated
  • Author: Thomas Boston
  • Publisher: Aberdeen: George and Robert King
  • Publication Date: 1851
  • Pages: 636

About Thomas Boston

Thomas Boston (1676–1732) was born in Duns, Berwickshire to a devout Presbyterian family. Boston attended the University of Edinburgh and graduated in 1697. He was ordained in 1699 and became a minister in the Presbyterian Church at Simprin. In 1707, he moved from Simprin to Ettrick, Scotland, where he grew in popularity and became well-known for his preaching. Boston served for many years in Ettrick, and became enormously influential in Scottish Presbyterianism. Boston was a prolific author throughout this life, and by the end of the eighteenth century, his works had becoming standard reading for Presbyterian ministers. He is best-known for The Crook in the Lot and Human Nature in Its Fourfold State, based on a series of sermons preached at Simprin.