Highlights include: The works of Ralph Erskine in 10 large volumes
with over 5000 pages and 150 sermons. The woks of Ebenezer Erskine in 3
volumes with over 1800 pages.
Ralph & Ebenezer Erskine
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Collective Works of Ralph/Ebenezer Erskine on
The Collective Works of Ralph
& Ebenezer Erskine on CD with instructions, Biographies,and works index
Included on this CD for Ralph Erskine:
Faith No Fancy or a Treatise of Mental Images with 502 pages
Sermons of Ralph Erskine in 10 Large Volumes with over 5000 pages and 150
Sermons 1746 Edition
On this CD for Ebenezer Erskine:
Life of Ebenezer Erskine with 104 pages
Life and Diary of Ebenezer Erskine with 560 pages
The Whole Works of Ebenezer Erskine in 3 Large Volumes with over 1800
pages 1798 Edition
Ralph Erskine was the brother of another prominent
churchman, Ebenezer Erskine. After studying at the University of
Edinburgh, Ralph was ordained assistant minister at Dunfermline in 1711.
He ratified the protests which his brother laid on the table of the
assembly after being rebuked for his synod sermon, but he did not formally
withdraw from the establishment till 1737.
He was also present at, though not a member of, the first meeting of
the "associate presbytery". When the severance took place over the oath
administered to burgesses, he adhered, along with his brother, to the
His works consist of sermons, poetical paraphrases and gospel sonnets.
The Gospel Sonnets have frequently appeared separately. His Life
and Diary, edited by the Rev. D Fraser, was published in 1842.
There is a life size bronze statue of Ralph Erskine on a pedestal, not
far from the High Street in the centre of Dunfermline