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Erskine, John
Erskine, John (Dr)
Erskine, John ((theologian))
Freeholder
Dates: 
1721-1803
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[Cooper, William] (1694-1743. [from old catalog])
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
American Tract Society
American tract society. [from old catalog]
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758)
Folsom, John West (1758-1825)
Freeholder (see also from)
Jones, Thomas (1777-1847)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
attempt to promote the frequent dispensing of the Lord's supper By John Erskine., An
Considerations on the spirit of popery, and the intended bill for the relief of papists in Scotland By John Erskine.
Discourses preached on several occasions...
Dissertation on the nature of Christian faith
Doctrinal and occasional sermons Preached by John Erskine.
education of poor children recommended a sermon, preached in Lady Glenorchy's chapel, Edinburgh, May 18. 1774, before the managers of the Orphan-hospital, and published at their desire. By John Erskine., The
education of poor children recommended, The : a sermon, preached in Lady Glenorchy's chapel, Edinburgh, May 18, 1774, before the managers of the Orphan-Hospital, and published at their desire
Enlightened evangelicalism, the life and thought of John Erskine
equity and wisdom of administration in measures that have unhappily occasioned the American revolt, tried by the sacred oracles., The
fatal consequences and the general sources of anarchy. A discourse on Isaiah, xxiv. 1,-5. The substance of which was preached ... before the magistrates of Edinburgh, 2d September 1792. By John Erskine, The
fatal consequences and the general sources of anarchy, The : a discourse on Isaiah, xxiv. 1-5, the substance of which was preached in the Old Grey-Friars Church, before the magistrates of Edinburgh
Hanes gwaith y prynedigaeth; yn cynnwys braslun o hanesyddiaeth eglwysig.
history of the work of redemption, A : containing the outlines of a body of divinity, in a method entirely new
history of the work of redemption: comprising an outline of church history., A
history of the work of redemption Containing the outlines of a body of divinity, in a method entirely new. By the late Reverend Mr. Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New Jersey[.]., A
humble attempt to promote frequent communicating, 1749:, A
humble attempt to promote frequent communicating By John Erskine., A
influence of religion on national happiness. A sermon preached before the Society for propagating Christian knowledge, at their anniversary meeting, in the High church of Edinburgh, on Monday, January 5, 1756., The
influence of religion on national happiness A sermon preached before the Society for propagating Christian Knowledge, ... on ... January 5. 1756. By John Erskine, ... To which is annex'd, The present state of the said Society., The
Letters chiefly written for comforting those bereaved of children or friends : collected from books and mss.
Ministers of the Gospel cautioned against giving offence. A sermon, by John Erskine
narrative of the debate in the General assembly of the Church of Scotland, May 25. 1779. Occasioned by apprehensions of an intended repeal of the penal statutes against papists., A
people of God consider'd as all righteous In three sermons preach'd at Glasgow, April 1745. By Mr. John Erskine minister of the Gospel at Kirkintilloch., The
Prayer for those in civil and military offices recommended from a view of the influence of Providence ... a sermon. Preached before the election of the magistrates of Edinburgh, Oct. 5. 1779, ... By John Erskine.
Reflections on the rise, progress, and probable consequences of the present contentions with the colonies. Freeholder.
reply to the religious scruples against inoculating the small pox. In a letter to a friend., A
Shall I go to war with my American brethren? A discourse from Judges the xxth and 28th. Addressed to all concerned in determining that important question.
signs of the times consider'd or, the high probability, that the present appearances in New-England, and the West of Scotland, are a prelude of the glorious things promised to the church in the latter ages., The
Simplicity recommended to ministers of the Gospel With respect to their doctrine, method, style & delivery in preaching; with hints on other branches of the ministerial office.
Sketches and hints of church history, and theological controversy Chiefly translated or abridged from modern foreign writers. By John Erskine.
Theological dissertations containing, I. The nature of the Sinai Covenant. II. The character and privileges of the Apostolic Churches, with an examination of Dr. Taylor's key to the Epistles. III. The nature of saving faith. IV. The law of nature sufficiently promulgated to the heathens. V. An attempt to promote the frequent dispensing the Lord's Supper. By John Erskine.
Thoughts upon the duty of a more frequent administration of the Lord's supper Chiefly extracted from Dr. Erskine's Theological dissertations.
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