John Colquhoun

Colquhoun, John

1748-1827

Colquhoun (pronounced Cal-houn) was one of the evangelical lights in the Church of Scotland during  the dim night of the late 1700’s and early 1800’s.  He was a proponent of the Marrow Theology of the early 1700’s.  All of his writings are rich and are highly recommended. 

 

 

 

Books

A Catechism for the Instruction and Direction of Young Communicants  1819

A Collection of the Promises of the Gospel, Arranged under their Proper Heads, with Reflections and Exhortations Deduced from Them  PoD  1825

A Treatise on the Covenant of Grace  1818

Sermons, Chiefly on Doctrinal Subjects  Buy  1836  229 pp.

Including sermons on: the Incarnation, Christ as his Father’s Servant, the Suretiship of Christ, Christ as the Lord our Righteousness, Union with Christ, Justification, Sanctification, and Salvation from Sin.

A Treatise of Spiritual Comfort  Buy  1822  444 pp.

A Treatise on the Covenant of Works  PoD  1821  308 pp.

A Treatise on the Law and Gospel  Buy  1819  372 pp.

A View of Evangelical Repentance from the Sacred Records  Buy  1825

A View of Saving Faith from Sacred Records   Buy  1824

 

 

Chapters from Books

The Establishment of the Law by the Gospel  28 paragraphs

The Fruits and Evidences of True Repentance  10 points in 14 paragraphs, from his Evangelical Repentance

The Law of God, or the Moral Law in General  14 paragraphs, from his A Treatise on the Law and Gospel

The Use of the Moral Law to the Regenerate  10 paragraphs, from his A Treatise of the Law and Gospel

The Uses of the Gospel and the Law in Subservience to the Gospel  34 paragraphs

The Difference Between True and Counterfeit Repentance  8 points in 37 paragraphs, from his Evangelical Repentance

A Word to the Impenitent  7 points in 10 paragraphs, from his Evangelical Repentance

 

 

Selections

John Colquhoun on the Sincere Free Offer of the Gospel

 

 

Short Bios of Colquhoun

Banner of Truth – John Colquhoun  n.d.  8 paragraphs

Batzig, Nick – John Colquhou, an Evangelical Calvinist to be Remembered  2009, 2 paragraphs