Life of God in the Soul of Man [Henry Scougal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This anthology is a thorough introduction to classic. Henry Scougal ( – ) was a godly young Scotch Puritan who produced a number of works in his brief life while a pastor and professor of divinity at King’s. From an early age, Henry Scougal displayed considerable intellectual gifts – a prodigious memory, and aptness for languages and a taste for books, the content .
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Henry Scougal (1650-1678)
Henry Scougal A young puritan sckugal and theologian, with some of the best writings on the Christian Life. When we reflect upon ourselves, let us consider that we are not a mere piece of organized matter, a curious and well-contrived engine; that there is more in us than flesh, and blood, and bones, even a divine spark, capable to know, and love, and enjoy our Maker; and though it be now exceedingly clogged scohgal its dull and lumpish companion, yet ere long it shall be delivered, and can subsist without the body, as well as that can do without the clothes which we throw off at our pleasure.
John White John Wilde n. Henry Scougal Scottish Puritan. Be the first to learn about new releases! In the first part, Scougal provides an immensely instructive investigation of the true nature of religion. Ordained inScougal was appointed minister of the parish of Auchterless, Aberdeenshire, and as such held the position of precentor in the cathedral of Aberdeen.
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On 13 June Scougal died of tuberculosis. In fact, this work scougao almost universally well-spoken of by the leaders of the Great Awakening, including George Whitefield, who said he never really understood what zcougal religion was till he had digested Scougal’s treatise. Life of God in the Soul of Man. The Works of Henry Scougal 8 ratings. The Duty and Pleasure of Praise and Thanksgiving.
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“The worth and excellency of a soul is to be measured by the object of its love.”
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From an early age, Henry Scougal displayed considerable intellectual gifts — a prodigious memory, and aptness for languages and a taste for books, the content of which he mastered with remarkable facility.
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The latest edition appeared at Aberdeen in Scougal produced a number of works while uenry pastor and professor of divinity at King’s.
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This work was almost universally praised by the leaders of the Great Awakeningincluding George Whitefieldwho said he never really understood what true religion was until he had digested Scougal’s treatise. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.
Return to Book Page. This short treatise displays unusual perception and maturity for one so young. And An account of the beginnings and advances of a spiritual Biography of Henry Scougal — Available for immediate download.
Nevertheless, in the third part, Scougal recognizes the difficulties in following God. Consequently, Life of God in the Soul of Man is supportive, and its tone is one of friendship sxougal love, betraying a true passion in Scougal’s work.
Henry Scougal — was a Scottish theologianminister and author. Scougal belonged to the school of Archbishop Robert Leightonand made it his aim to impress his students with a sense of the holiness of the function to which they were destined, as well as to instruct them in theology.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. This article about a Christian theologian is a stub. He acted in this capacity until, at the exceptionally young age of twenty, he was appointed Professor of Philosophy.