Watson was one of the leading voices of Puritan teachings, bringing a seriousness and gravity often lacking in popular theology. In this volume, Watson performs a thorough but engaging exegesis of the Westminster Assembly Catechism. This book and its approach are cornerstones in modern Presbyterian thought.
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About the Author
Thomas Watson (c.1620-1686) was an English Nonconformist Puritan preacher and author. Watson was imprisoned in 1651 for his involvement in a plot to recall King Charles II. After his release in 1652, he became a famous preacher until the Restoration in 1660, at which point he was ejected for nonconformity.
Andrew Reilly is an actor, narrator, and teacher who has lived in ten countries. Andrew has taught language learning through drama in Russia and Romania, and English in the West Bank, Palestine, and Saudi Arabia. He is fluent in French, Spanish, and German.