Practical Discourses on Regeneration.

by Philip Doddridge

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Philip Doddridge was an 18th century hymn writer, theologian, and preacher. Practical Discourses on Regeneration is a compilation of ten of his sermons on regeneration. All of the sermons were delivered to a group of young students entering the ministry. Consequently, they are immensely practical. These sermons are a welcome reminder of enriching theology. They cover all aspects of regeneration. (For example, they describe the difference between the unregenerate man and the regenerated man.) Practical Discourses on Regeneration is thus interesting both for historical and theological reasons. It is an interesting, historical window into 18th century theology, and an instructive treatise on the doctrine of regeneration.

Tim Perrine
CCEL Staff Writer
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Philip Doddridge
Born: 1702
Died: 1751
Related topics: Bible., Christian life, Christianity, Doddridge, Philip,--1702-1751, Early works
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Popular works: Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul Illustrated in A Course of Serious and Practical Addresses Suited to Persons with a Devout , Practical Discourses on Regeneration., Evidences of Christianity Briefly Stated and the New Testament Proved to Be Genuine. In Three Judicious and Excellent Sermons.