James Ussher (1581-1656) was a highly regarded scholar in his own day, and a fearless preacher as well. These 19 sermons were preached in 1640, and they deal with the most crucial issues of the soul: the devastating effects of sin, the purpose of the law, the satisfaction, humiliation, and sacrifice of Christ, saving faith, hell, peace with God, and the seal of salvation, among others.
Of Ussher, Dr. Francis Nigel Lee writes, "Raised in a Bible-believing Calvinistic environment, Dr. Ussher soaked himself in the Holy Scriptures without ceasing. He also read the Early Church Fathers---systematically, every day, for eighteen years. Head of Ireland's foremost theological faculty, Ussher was internationally the greatest Anglican antiquarian and theologian of his age---if not of all time."
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