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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Or the Nature and Excellency of the Christian Scouval The Indispensable Duty of Loving our Enemies. Retrieved from ” https: Scougal’s library, built upon the collection he inherited from his father, was very extensive and included both philosophical works scougao the writings of the mystics. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
Taken out of the world at the young age of twenty-eight by tuberculosis, perhaps the words preached at his funeral service most aptly characterize the man, for there it was declared of Henry Scougal that – “he truly lived much in a few years and died an old man in eight and twenty years. With a preface by G. It is a long letter, written to a friend who had lost the faith.
Provide feedback about this page. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Containing the Life of God in the Soul of Man. Together with His Funeral Sermon, by Dr. From his youth, Scougal spent his free hours in reading, meditation and prayer.
He spoke LatinHebrewand a few Asian languages. He acted in this capacity until, at the exceptionally young age of twenty, he was appointed Professor of Philosophy. 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 sckugal it be now exceedingly clogged with 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 heny at our pleasure.
Languages Nederlands Edit links. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On the Nativity of Our Saviour.
Henry Scougal – Wikipedia
He made two trips to England and this may explain his connection with the Cambridge Platonists, whose works were quoted extensively in his lectures on ethics, and whose thought also shifts the focus of attention from the Puritan emphasis on theology to a broader philosophical interest in religion.
Gordon Graham, Princeton Theological Seminary. Or, the Nature and Excellency of the Christian Religion. On the Passion of Our Saviour.
The Duty and Pleasure of Praise and Thanksgiving. Works Jun 22, The life of God in the soul of man. To which scogual Added a Sermon The Works of Henry Scougal: As a student he proved to have qualities of leadership as well as academic ability, serving as president of the student society, and he gained a reputation for deep spiritual seriousness combined with a keen sense of humor.
Henry Scougal (1650-1678)
The Life of God in the Soul of Man. By Henry Scougal Jun 14, Get to Know Us. Originally a pastoral letter to a friend, its evident merits as a work of devotion led to its being copied until it reached the hands of Gilbert Burnett, Professor of Divinity at Glasgow from Only 5 left in stock more on the way.