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A talented Scottish preacher during the English Civil War, Hugh Binning lived a short but impactful life as a minister and philosopher. In Binning’s sermons there was noted, “originality without any affectation, a rich imagination, without anything fanciful . . . the utmost simplicity without anything mean or trifling.” This volume contains dozens of his lectures and sermons organized into five works—The Common Principles of the Christian Religion, The Sinner’s Sanctuary, Fellowship with God, Heart-Humiliation, and Several Sermons upon the Most Important Subjects of Practical Religion.
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Hugh Binning (1627–1653) was a Scottish philosopher and evangelical Reformed theologian. He entered the University of Glasgow at 13 and was professor of philosophy there at age 18. He was a follower of James Dalrymple, John Knox, and a member of the Covenanters movement. He died of consumption at age 26.