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William Symington: Penman of the Scottish Covenanters

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Endorsements "Roy Blackwood's revival of the life and work of William Symington offers profound insight for those seeking to remain true to Christ in a drifting age like ours. Especially on the topics of the atonement and the kingship of Christ, Symington's works are lost treasures. Dr. Blackwood is uniquely gifted in relating the struggles and triumphs of prior generation ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published 2009 by Reformation Heritage Books
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R. Martin Snyder
A great summary of the Life of Rev. Symington and his work amongst the Church and Scotland. Rev. Michael Lefebvre also did a good job summarizing two of the most important works on the Atonement of Christ and the second concerning Christ's Kingship and Kingdom.
Brenda
I really enjoyed reading this book after having read Messiah the Prince. It was great to read about Symington and his background as well as get a good reminder of what I just recently read.
Stephen Mccollum
I especially enjoyed the biography of Symington, as I had never read too much about his background. The analysis of his two books is a helpful summary.
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