Stonington [CT]:, Printed and Published by W. Storer, Jun.: 1829 1829
Seller ID: 17876
"Henry Scougal (1650-1678) Professor of Divinity in King's college, Aberdeen. ""Scougal belonged to the school of Leighton in stressing personal holiness as well as theological learning. He died at the age of twenty-eight... Scougal produced several minor writings, mainly sermons, but above all The Life of God in the Soul of Man (L. 1677). This became a classic of Christian devotional literature, valued by Presbyterians as well as Episcopalians. In part one, Scougal defines true religion as `a union of the soul with God' and `a divine life'... Part two sets forth `the excellency an... View More...