Samuel Rutherford was a seventeenth century Reformed theologian and Scottish Presbyterian minister. His controversial views on government earned him admiration from some and charges of treason from others. In this collection, Rutherford’s characteristic forthrightness and practicality shine through as he tackles issues of the covenant of grace and the governing of the church and the world. His works also bring insight into the Reformed theology of his day.
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Samuel Rutherford (1600–1661) was a Scottish Presbyterian theologian and author. Politically active, he was often under controversy and was eventually exiled to Aberdeen. Once released, he served as a Scottish commissioner to the Westminster Assembly. Rutherford was a regent of humanity at Edinburgh University.