The Select Works of George Gillespie offers a glimpse into seventeenth-century Reformation politics from a fiery and influential Scottish theologian. A prominent member of the Westminster Assembly, Gillespie wrote many works. You’ll find a volume on the Reformed doctrine of Magistracy, warnings against dangers to the faith from the issues of his day, and concerns about groups of his contemporaries that he believed were damaging to the church. Students of history, theology, and political science will all enjoy this collection.
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For more works by George Gillespie, check out The Presbyterian’s Armoury (3 vols.).
George Gillespie (1613–1648) was a Scottish theologian. He was a member of the Westminster Assembly, one of the four commissioners appointed by the Scottish Church. He wrote Aaron’s Rod Blossoming in defense of the high Presbyterian party.