Ten Commandments #2020

Ten Commandments By Thomas Watson Ten Commandments Makes up with A Body of Divinity and The Lords Prayer Watson s Body of Practical Divinity
  • Title: Ten Commandments
  • Author: Thomas Watson
  • ISBN: 9780851511467
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten Commandments By Thomas Watson Makes up, with A Body of Divinity and The Lords Prayer, Watson s Body of Practical Divinity.
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    About "Thomas Watson"

    1. Thomas Watson

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Thomas Watson c 1620 1686 was an English, non conformist, Puritan preacher and author He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, where he was noted for remarkably intense study In 1646 he commenced a sixteen year pastorate at St Stephen s, Walbrook He showed strong Presbyterian views during the civil war, with, however, an attachment to the king, and in 1651 he was imprisoned briefly with some other ministers for his share in Christopher Love s plot to recall Charles II of England He was released on 30 June 1652, and was formally reinstated as vicar of St Stephen s Walbrook He obtained great fame and popularity as a preacher until the Restoration, when he was ejected for nonconformity Not withstanding the rigor of the acts against dissenters, Watson continued to exercise his ministry privately as he found opportunity Upon the Declaration of Indulgence in 1672 he obtained a license to preach at the great hall in Crosby House After preaching there for several years, his health gave way, and he retired to Barnston, Essex, where he died suddenly while praying in secret He was buried on 28 July 1686 Information from

    154 thoughts on “Ten Commandments”

    1. I really enjoyed reading this book and for that matter, I like all of Watson s books I think he expounded the true meaning of the Decalogue from the context of the Christian epoch we now find ourselves in Namely the age of the Church and the observance of the moral law of God still applies as it always will.

    2. This was not my first time reading this book Actually, it was my third But I really like this book Watson is not nearly as tedious as some Puritan authors, so if you ve found reading other Puritans to be a bit, well, discouraging, then I commend this to you I enjoy his prose, Scriptural awareness, and theological insight I ll probably read this as a devotional in another couple years.

    3. A wonderful treatment of the ten commandments I love how the Puritans have so many applications for each point they make from the text, from being obedient to the text to glorifying God because of what is expressed therein.

    4. Good exposition of the 10 commandments Very dense, took me a while to read Shows all the explicit and implicit requirements of following the 10 commandments.

    5. Beautiful, masterful treatment of the moral law and the Westminster Shorter Catechism Occasional puritan legalism, but incredibly convicting and ever timely.

    6. This is one of the most helpful commentaries I have found on the 10 Commandments As I prepared to teach the 10 Commandments to the College and Career Sunday School class at my Church I found that I was referring to this work constantly than any other.Watson has a great ability to take heavy topics and bring them to a day to day level, which makes this both a great theological work, as well as a practically challenging commentary.In my mind this is a must have for any serious student of the 10 C [...]

    7. Excellent book right from the start Rev Wastson s exposition of the Decalogue is one of the best I ve ever read He sets out the biblical and Confessional view of the Ceremonial, Judicial, and Moral Law, but he mostly focuses on the moral law This book is a must read, especially his treatment of the 4th Commandment or Sabbath command, it s extremely needful in a day where the Sabbath is completely disregarded.

    8. I have read chunks of this, but what Watson says particularly on the Lord s Day is well worth study I also wass extremely impressed with his treatment of the 5th commandment.

    9. This is the first Watson I ve read I want , lots He s incredibly gifted at using metaphor and exposing the heart.

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