Greetings, My wife surprised me with an early birthday present: Charnock's "Existence and Attributes of God." Happy birthday to me. I've just begun reading the preface (by E. Veel and R. Adams). In it they write, "Nothing is more nervous than his reasonings, and nothing more affecting than his applications." (In my Baker 1-vol. edition, it's on pg. 21). What do they mean by describing his reasonings as "nervous"? Thanks in advance.