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All articles & reviews tagged with henry-scougal

Historical

November 2014
Articles > Historical

George Whitefield’s ministry in Scotland

Many might think of George Whitefield’s connections with Scotland in terms of his part in the Cambuslang Revival (1742) and sad dispute with Ralph and Ebenezer Erskine of the Associate Presbytery. It is not so well known that Whitefield visited Scotland on no less than 14 occasions between 1741 and 1768. He preached to…

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Review

January 2014
Reviews > Book

Puritan Portraits

Puritan portraits J. I. Packer Christian Focus Publications, 192 pages £8.99 ISBN: 978-1-84550-700-8 Star Rating : 4 The body of this book consists of a number of Dr Jim Packer’s essays, previously published as introductions to individual Puritan book titles and here collected together. The addressed Puritan titles include Henry Scougal’s The life of…

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The life of God in the soul of man

Historical

February 2001
Articles > Historical

The life of God in the soul of man

The fruitful life In Part One of Henry Scougal's The life of God in the soul of man the writer successfully explains the foundations upon which 'true religion' stands. In Part Two he draws the reader's attention to the 'excellency and advantage' of the Christian faith as revealed in the inerrant and inspired Word…

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The life of God in the soul of man

Historical

January 2001
Articles > Historical

The life of God in the soul of man

The excellence of faith In November's issue of Evangelical Times we considered part one of Henry Scougal's seminal treatise The life of God in the soul of man. In that part, poignantly and skilfully, he establishes on what sure foundations 'true religion' stands. In this greatly treasured, hugely influential and edifying work, he first…

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Historical

November 2000
Articles > Historical

The life of God in the soul of Man

Reminiscing on Henry Scougal’s work The life of God in the soul of man, George Whitefield noted, ‘I never knew what true religion was till God sent me this excellent treatise’. That such a spiritual giant as Whitefield should speak so highly of Scougal’s work should surely compel believers today to seek out and…

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