The Works of Thomas Adams in 3 Volumes Nichols Ed
 

Highlights include: Sermons on select portions of the OT, Sermons on select portions of the NT, Memoir, and Meditatins on the Creed

Author:
Thomas Adams

 

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The Works Of Puritan Thomas Adams in 3 Volumes Nichols Ed On CD-Rom



Sermons on the Old Testament

Volume 1 with 536 Pages

Sermons on select portions of Scripture starting with Genesis and ending with Daniel



Sermons on the New Testament

Volume 2 with 590 Pages

Sermons on select portions of Scripture starting with Matthew and ending with Hebrews

Volume 3 with 590 Pages

Sermons on select portion of Scripture starting with Hebrews and ending with Revelation
With Memoir and Meditations on the Creed, and Selections of the Psalms


About the Author:

Thomas Adams (c.1583 - 1652) was an English clergyman and reputed preacher. He was called "The Shakespeare of the Puritans" by Robert Southey; a Calvinist in theology, he is not accurately described as a Puritan He was for a time at Willington, Bedfordshire and his works may later have been read by John Bunyan

Much of the information about Adams comes from title-pages and dedications in his works.

He was educated at the University of Cambridge, graduating B.A. in 1601 and M.A. in 1606. Ordained in 1604, he was a curate at Northill in Bedfordshire, a position he lost. By 1611, he was vicar of Willington.

On 21 December 1614 he became vicar of Wingrave, Buckinghamshire, a position he held until 1618. From 1618 to 1623 he held the preachership of St Gregory by St Paul's, and during the same period preached occasionally at St. Paul's Cross and Whitehall.

He was buried on 26 November 1652