Published by Robert Lancaster, Christ Alone Exalted: The Complete Works of Tobias Crisp (2 vols.) contains a total of fifty two sermons as well as memoirs of Tobias Crisp’s life. The collection was first published in 1643, the year of Crisp’s death. Later, in 1690, his complete works were republished by one of his sons with some additional materials. The final copy was published in 1791 by John Gill, an English Baptist minister.
The sermons of Tobias Crisp are saturated with scriptural references and the doctrine of free grace, and they highlight well-known, well-loved texts from the New Testament. His passion for evangelism and persuasive debating skills shine through in these sermons, and they will add depth to your Logos collection.
Tobias Crisp, younger brother of Sir Nicholas Crisp and son of former sheriff of London Ellis Crisp, was born in 1600 in England. After studying at Cambridge, Crisp spent his forty-three years of life preaching and debating on the gospel of free grace in London. He died of smallpox in 1643.