1632-William Twisse.-A treatise containing four catechism. The first designed to explain and distinguish the sacraments; the second treats the Lord's prayer; the third expounds the Ten Commandments; and the fourth unfolds the articles of the Apostles' Creed. This is a good example of many early Reformed catechisms written specifically for helping communicants prepare for a right reception of the Lord's supper.Read More
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A Short Survey to the Ninth Chapter to the Romans, So Far as it Treateth of the Doctrine of Predestination.
1646-William Twisse.-Dr. Twisse carefully works through Romans 9 with respect to certain questions raised respecting the doctrine of predestination. He defends the supralapsarian position.Read More