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John Anderson (1748-1830) was one of the first Ministers of the Associate Church in America. He was licensed in Associate Church in Scotland and sent to the Associate Presbytery in 1782 during it's time of great need. The legal spirit which prevailed in the General Assembly of the church of Scotland, and seen in its condemnation of the 'Marrow of Modern Divinity' in 1720, very early manifested itself in the most numerous branch of the Presbyterian Church in America. Dr. Anderson was led to preach on the nature of Justifying Faith and at length led him to embody his views on it, in six discourse, in which “The Scripture Doctrine of the Appropriation, which is in the Nature of Saving Faith, is Stated and Illustrated.” It has been called 'probably the clearest and most satisfactory treatise on the subject extant in the English language.' It was first published in Philadelphia, 1793. In 1806, Dr. Anderson wrote his Letters in defence of Hervey and Marshall, against the attacks of Mr. Bellamy of New England, who not only opposed, but misrepresented the views of these eminent British divines. This work is entitled “Precious Truth,” and is a valuable defence and of the views of the fathers of the Reformation, on the subject of Justification and other collateral doctrines. This collections contains the above mentioned works and as well as a discussion of the points of the Marrow controversy, three sermons of Dr. Anderson and a short letter he wrote to a dying friend.

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    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001120998251
    • ISBN:  9788827528372

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