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31 Days With Samuel Rutherford By Samuel Rutherford
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There are two volumes of Letters of Samuel Rutherford numbering 365 unique entries. Almost two-thirds were written during his eighteen month exile at Aberdeen in the North of Scotland. What is before... More > you are certain extracts of these letters, divided up into 31 days of devotional thoughts.< Less
The Letters of Samuel Rutherford By Samuel Rutherford
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Like John Bunyan in the Bedford jail, Samuel Rutherford did his best work while suffering imprisonment for the Gospel. His opponents had meant to silence... More > him, but in-stead they perpetuated his ministry through the centuries: it was out of this period that most of his famous Letters came. Addressed to high and low, they were so prized by the recipients that the first collection by Robert McWard appeared in 1664, just three years after Rutherford’s death. The successive editions contained more letters until they grew to the 365 in Andrew Bonar’s classic edition.< Less
Daily Thoughts from Samuel Rutherford By Samuel Rutherford
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This book provides brief thoughts for each day of the year selected from the ‘most remarkable series of devotional letters that the literature of the Reformed Church can show’ (John... More > Macleod). Here is spiritual counsel and insight to give you renewed strength for each day. Each day presents a distinct opportunity to glorify God since ‘as many suns as God maketh to arise upon you, ye have as many new lives’ (Samuel Rutherford).< Less
The Covenant of Life Opened (Rutherford) By Samuel Rutherford
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How does God save sinners? This fundamental question is of the highest importance for every human being that has ever lived. The answer is given in the Bible - God is a covenant keeping God who... More > saves sinners through the work of Jesus Christ – the Mediator of the Covenant of Grace. With keen insight, Samuel Rutherford unfolds the manner in which God save sinners seen through the three theological and biblically centered covenants found in the Bible: the Covenant of Works, the Covenant of Grace, and the Covenant of Redemption. This work is one of the most significant of Rutherford’s treatments of the biblical covenants, containing some of Rutherford’s most mature thoughts.< Less
The Covenant of Life Opened (Rutherford) By Samuel Rutherford
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How does God save sinners? This fundamental question is of the highest importance for every human being that has ever lived. The answer is given in the Bible - God is a covenant keeping God who... More > saves sinners through the work of Jesus Christ – the Mediator of the Covenant of Grace. With keen insight, Samuel Rutherford unfolds the manner in which God save sinners seen through the three theological and biblically centered covenants found in the Bible: the Covenant of Works, the Covenant of Grace, and the Covenant of Redemption. This work is one of the most significant of Rutherford’s treatments of the biblical covenants, containing some of Rutherford’s most mature thoughts.< Less
Samuel Rutherford By Matthew Vogan (Ed)
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Samuel Rutherford was perhaps the most influential religious writer in post-Reformation Scotland. He is famous for his Letters but his theological writings have been strangely neglected. This diverse... More > collection of essays examines the breadth of his theological contribution. Several extracts from his writings are also included.< Less
Lex Rex: Or, The Law and The Prince: A Dispute for The Just Prerogative of King and People By Samuel Rutherford
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Reverend Samuel Rutherford wrote Lex, Rex to defend and advance the Presbytarian ideals in government and political life, and oppose the notion of a monarch's Divine Right to rule. Writing in the... More > 1640s, Rutherford lived in a time of political tumult and upheaval. The notion of Divine Right - whether a monarch ruled with the authority of God - was under increasing question. The steadily waning power of the king, increasing rates of literacy and education, and enfranchisement of classes that followed the Renaissance bore fruit in demands for governmental reform. No greater were these trends felt than in England, whose Parliament had over centuries gained power. Shaken to its foundations by the aftermath of religious Reformation in the 1500s, the monarchy was under great scrutiny. The follies of absolute power, whereby one ruler had capacity to take decisions affecting the lives of millions, were now an active source of agitation and discontentment in both the halls of power and amid the wider populace.< Less
Influences of the Life of Grace By Samuel Rutherford
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Man’s dubious and tottering estate under the first, his safer estate under the second Adam.Grace loves to be restrained from doing of evil. Adam was not to believe or pray for perseverance.... More > There being in the Covenant of works no influences, by which we may will and do to the end, promised to Adam; and no predeterminating influences, and no Gospel-fear of God, by which we shall persevere, and not depart from the Lord, being promised in the new and everlasting covenant, Jer. 32. 39.This principal difference between the covenants remains to be discussed.There must be in this point, considerable differences between the Covenants as Rutherford carefully unfolds in this classic work.< Less
The Covenant of Life Opened By Samuel Rutherford
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This book is a reprint of The Covenant of Life Opened, or A Treatise of the Covenant of Grace (Edinburgh, 1655) by Samuel Rutherford, Professor of Divinity in the University of St. Andrews.
Conversations with a Dying Man By Samuel Rutherford
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This is a thought-provoking book. It records the conversations between Samuel Rutherford and a dying nobleman, John Gordon, Viscount Kenmure. Kenmure was in great distress about his backslidden... More > condition. Rutherford's faithful conversations were the means of bringing the nobleman to repentance, and he died with a well-founded hope of salvation.< Less

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