The Doctrine of Sanctification: Explication of Romans 6 & 7
by James Fraser
Romans covers a wide spectrum of highly important theological topics, The Doctrine of Sanctification: Explication of Romans 6 & 7 by James Fraser, gives the reader insight into one of these deep theological wells. Following a detailed account of his life written by John Erskine, Fraser expounds upon the doctrinal significance of sanctification.
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- Contains verse by verse notation
- Includes ample exposition on key concepts found in Romans
- Provides a biography James Fraser
- Title: The Doctrine of Sanctification: Explication of Romans 6 & 7
- Author: James Fraser
- Publisher: Oliphant, Waugh, & Innes
- Publication Date: 1813
- Pages: 435
About James Fraser
James Fraser, the son of a Scottish clergyman also named James Fraser, moved to London to become a preacher. Experiencing religious persecution in Scotland, he was captured, imprisoned, and eventually sent across the ocean to New England. Settling in Connecticut upon his release, he once again became a preacher, where he died in 1769.