The Works of John Willison In 4 Volumes
 

Highlights Include: THE AFFLICTED MANS COMPANION, THE BALM OF GILEAD, TREATISE ON SANCTIFICAN, GOSPEL HYMNS ABOUT REDEEMING LOVE

Author:
John Willison

 

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CD-Rom Contents

Vol 1
THE AFFLICTED MANS COMPANION
THE CHURCH S DANGER, AND
THE MINISTER S DUTY ; A SERMON
THE SACRAMENTAL DIRECTORY
Vol 2
A SACRAMENTAL CATECHISM
Vol 3
THE BALM OF GILEAD
SACRAMENTAL MEDITATIONS
CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY
Vol 4
TREATISE ON SANCTIFICAN
A FAIR AND IMPARTIAL TESTIMONY
GOSPEL HYMNS IN MEMORY OF
REDEEMING LOVE

About the Author
John Willison, (16803 May 1750) was an evangelical minister of the Church of Scotland and a writer of Christian literature.

His treatise on the sanctification of the Lord's day was in response to the policies of James VI and the Episcopalian clergy. It provoked a reply from James Small, an Episcopalian, which was answered by Willison in his Letter from a Parochial Bishop to a Prelatical Gentleman. After this, he wrote a devotional work: A Sacramental Directory. Small replied to his earlier Letter, upon which Willison published An Apology for the Church of Scotland. He then moved on to political topics with A Letter to an English Member of Parliament.

After the ejection of Ebenezer Erskine and his fellow-ministers for opposition to patronage, Willison attacked their exclusion in a sermon to the Synod of Angus and Mearns in 1733 (published as "The Church's Danger"