The Shorter Catechism Explained from Scripture (by Thomas Vincent)
In the opinion of B.B. Warfield, the Westminster divines left to posterity not only ‘the most thoroughly thought out statement ever penned of the elements of evangelical religion’ but also one which breathes ‘the finest fragrance of spiritual religion’. Their most influential work, The Shorter Catechism, was intended as a teaching basis for an introduction to the Christian Faith. No London pastor made more effective use of it than Thomas Vincent (1634-1678) and when his ‘explanation’ (The Shorter Catechism Explained From Scripture) was first published in 1674, John Owen, Thomas Watson along with 38 other signatories to the Preface, declared their belief that it would ‘be greatly useful to all Christians in general’. Numerous reprints were to verify their judgement of this Puritan classic.
Vincent, a student of Christ Church, Oxford, was ejected from the living of St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, in 1662. He was long remembered for his fearless preaching amidst the dying multitudes of London in the Great Plague of 1665.
Dimensions: 18cm x 12cm x 1.5cm
Publisher: The Banner of Truth Trust
Publication Date: 1 June 1980
No. of pages: 288