The Systematic Theology of John Brown of Haddington
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John Brown was a devout Christian, a gifted preacher, and prolific writer of theology. This book is based on his seminary lectures. It contains more than 26,000 proof texts and numerous exegetical insights. This single volume of Reformed systematic theology is rich in content and an indispensable tool for students, pastors, and professors of theology.
Dr. Joel R. Beeke (Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is president and professor of systematic theology and homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, and a pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has written or edited fifty books, and contributed hundreds of articles to Reformed books, journals, periodicals, and encyclopedias. He is frequently called upon to lecture at seminaries and to speak at Reformed conferences around the world.
Randall J. Pederson is on the Bookstore staff at Westminster Theological Seminary, and a PhD student in church history. He has edited a number of volumes on Daily Readings for some the classic authors like Matthew Henry, Jonathan Edwards, and with Joel Beeke Day by Day: Meet the Puritans and George Whitefield Daily Readings