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The Doctrine of Regeneration and Other Sermons By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday is relatively little known by anyone in the Reformed community today, much less the Christian community. This is a tragedy. His sermons are beyond excellent. They are exegetically... More > outstanding and practically powerful as Reformed sermons should be. It is a sad providence that more of his writings are not in print. As a result of this first volume being reproduced for our day, no doubt, more of Halliday’s works will soon come to light. Sufficient for today is this volume which contains a “Memoir” by Andrew Symington, and seven theologically rich sermons by Halliday which comprise important Christian doctrines: the first and greatest commandment, the doctrine of regeneration, the doctrine of perseverance of the saints, the doctrine of God’s sovereignty and other gems.< Less
The Doctrine of Regeneration and Other Sermons By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday is relatively little known by anyone in the Reformed community today, much less the Christian community. This is a tragedy. His sermons are beyond excellent. They are exegetically... More > outstanding and practically powerful as Reformed sermons should be. It is a sad providence that more of his writings are not in print. As a result of this first volume being reproduced for our day, no doubt, more of Halliday’s works will soon come to light. Sufficient for today is this volume which contains a “Memoir” by Andrew Symington, and seven theologically rich sermons by Halliday which comprise important Christian doctrines: the first and greatest commandment, the doctrine of regeneration, the doctrine of perseverance of the saints, the doctrine of God’s sovereignty and other gems.< Less
The Doctrine of Regeneration and Other Sermons By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday is relatively little known by anyone in the Reformed community today, much less the Christian community. This is a tragedy. His sermons are beyond excellent. They are exegetically... More > outstanding and practically powerful as Reformed sermons should be. It is a sad providence that more of his writings are not in print. As a result of this first volume being reproduced for our day, no doubt, more of Halliday’s works will soon come to light. Sufficient for today is this volume which contains a “Memoir” by Andrew Symington, and seven theologically rich sermons by Halliday which comprise important Christian doctrines: the first and greatest commandment, the doctrine of regeneration, the doctrine of perseverance of the saints, the doctrine of God’s sovereignty and other gems.< Less
One Kingdom Under God By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday was a powerful Scottish preacher during the 18th century who died at an early age. In spite of his short ministry, he preached and taught on a variety of subjects (which Puritan... More > Publications has published). In this work Halliday focuses on the office of the civil magistrate and government, and how the office of the magistrate sits under the Kingdom of God. This is a refreshing treatise preached over two-hundred years ago especially in light of the current “two-kingdom” theories being repropagated today. Halliday, with precision and conviction sets the biblical record straight and explains what the Bible and Reformed Church has taught for centuries - one kingdom under God.< Less
One Kingdom Under God By Thomas Halliday
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Thomas Halliday was a powerful Scottish preacher during the 18th century who died at an early age. In spite of his short ministry, he preached and taught on a variety of subjects (which Puritan... More > Publications has published). In this work Halliday focuses on the office of the civil magistrate and government, and how the office of the magistrate sits under the Kingdom of God. This is a refreshing treatise preached over two-hundred years ago especially in light of the current “two-kingdom” theories being repropagated today. Halliday, with precision and conviction sets the biblical record straight and explains what the Bible and Reformed Church has taught for centuries - one kingdom under God.< Less