1815 Thomas Ridgley, A Body of Divinity
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� � A Body of Divinity, wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Explained and Defended, being� the Substance of Several Lectures on the Assembly’s Larger Catechism
Vol. III. [only]� Please see contents below.
Published by W. W. Woodward, Philadelphia.� 1815 Leather binding, lacks the title page, taped spine, ex seminary library, 5 ¼ x 8 ¾, 550 clean pages, quarter-sized hole on the first page, contents otherwise tight and very good.� This is volume three of Thomas Ridgley’s A Body of Divinity . � It is a commentary on the Westminster Assembly’s Larger Catechism, and this volume begins with question LXV and ends with CXXXVI.� It covers the doctrines regarding salvation.� Effectual calling, justification, justifying faith, adoption, sanctification, repentance, assurance, &c., as well as doctrines regarding Christ, the law, the Ten Commandments, etc.
Thomas Ridgley, D.D. “1667?-1734, an Independent Calvinistic divine, assistant to Thomas Guoge at a meeting-house near the Three Cranes, London, 1695, in 1712, in conjunction with John Eames, established an Independent Academy in London.... read more