Swinnock is theological yet he is very practical. His doctrine is
expressed in vivid fashion and is marked by a keen sensitivity to the
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George Swinnock, English
Puritan (1627 - November 10, 1673), was a worthy minister of the gospel.
He was ejected from his pulpit in 1662 for nonconformity, although he was
able to preach again briefly before his death after the 1672 Indulgence.
His works were collected into five volumes, including a remarkable
exposition of magistracy in Psalm 82: The beauty of magistracy in an
exposition of the 82 Psalm, where is set forth the necessity, utility,
dignity, duty, and mortality of magistrates : here many other texts of
Scripture occasionally are cleared, many quśries and cases of conscience
about the magistrates power, are resolved, many anabaptistical cavils are
confuted, and many seasonable observations containing many other heads of
divinity, are raised : together with references to such authors as clear
any point more fully.
George Swinnock is one of the easiest of the Puritan authors to read. Long
out of print, this republication of his works will be welcomed by all who
have an interest in and love for Puritan literature
Book Title: Works Of George Swinnock 5 Vol Set
Author : George Swinnock