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Discover the work of James Durham, an influential figure from the Scottish Reformation. Durham ministered during a period of profound social and religious change, and his work reflects Reformed theology as it was being codified in the Westminster Standards. Explore Durham’s impassioned sermons on the importance of Communion. Investigate his response to the church scandals of his time. Examine the Reformed understanding of the Ten Commandments. The Select Works of James Durham highlight an important Reformation figure and shed light on the contours of Reformed theology at a pivotal moment in its history.
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James Durham (1622–1658) was professor of divinity at Glasgow University. He served as captain in the English Civil War, became a minister in 1647, and shortly after was named chaplain to the king. Though most of his books were published posthumously, he was a prolific scholar widely regarded by his peers for his dedication to his work and for his moral character. Suffering from perennially bad health, he died at age 36.