David's divine hymns (John Edwards)

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  1. Reformed Covenanter

    Reformed Covenanter Puritanboard Commissioner

    The Anglican theologian, John Edwards, made the following comment in the contents page of one of his books: “This Argument which hath been used all along in this Discourse to prove a Deity and Providence, was made use of in the Old Testament by Job, and by David in several of his Divine Hymns …”

    John Edwards, A demonstration of the existence and providence of God, from the contemplation of the visible structure of the greater and the lesser world in two parts, the first shewing the excellent contrivance of the heavens, earth, sea, &c., the second the wonderful formation of the body of man (London: Jonathan Robinson and John Wyat, 1696), xv.
     
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