Summary

A Body of Divinity, considered a classic among 17th-century Puritan works, contains a series of sermons on the Westminster Catechism, a central catechism in English-speaking Calvinist churches. Watson details several of the questions and answers from the Catechism:



What is the chief end of man?
Did all mankind fall in Adam's first transgression?
How does Christ execute the office of a priest?

In covering these topics, Watson touches on a large portion of the basics of orthodox Christian theology.
Public Domain (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By S. Walker on 11-11-16

Lovely sermons on Westminster

Watson's analogical use of Scripture for illustration is amazing. Highly recommended introduced to Reformed Theology.

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5 out of 5 stars
By William Stern on 02-07-17

Great book and well read

This is a great book. For an old Puritan, it is easy to consume in audiobook form. Yet, I actually got the kindle book for a dollar and followed along.

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