Life of God in the Soul of Man [Henry Scougal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This anthology is a thorough introduction to classic. Henry Scougal ( – ) was a godly young Scotch Puritan who produced a number of works in his brief life while a pastor and professor of divinity at King’s. From an early age, Henry Scougal displayed considerable intellectual gifts – a prodigious memory, and aptness for languages and a taste for books, the content .

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He acted in this capacity until, at the exceptionally young age of twenty, he was appointed Professor of Philosophy. Although Scougal himself died eighteen months after its publication, scougap book went through nine major editions between and Biography of Henry Scougal — His father was Bishop of Aberdeen for more than 20 years.

InScougal was ordained and appointed minister of a church 20 miles from Aberdeenwhere he served for one year before returning to take the office of professor of divinity at King’s College, where he taught for five years. On the Nativity of Our Saviour.

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Works Jun 22, Together with His Funeral Sermon, by Dr. He especially enjoyed studying the historical passages of the Old Testament. Preparation for the Holy Sacrament. By Henry Scougal Jun 14, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


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scougxl As a student he proved to have qualities of leadership as well as academic ability, serving as president of the student society, and he gained a reputation for deep spiritual seriousness combined with a keen sense of humor. In addition to his literary productions, Henry Scougal was also noted for his piety and his clear grasp of scripture, aided in turn by ecougal proficiency in Latin, Hebrew, Greek, and some of the cognate oriental languages.

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Temporarily out of stock. Are you an author? Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Although the writing is somewhat dated, Life of God in the Soul of Man is a tour de force of spiritual wisdom, which has served countless spiritual wayfarers. On 13 June Scougal died of tuberculosis.

Show all 1 works. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Taken out of the world at the young age of twenty-eight by tuberculosis, perhaps the words preached at his funeral service most aptly characterize the man, for there it was declared of Henry Scougal that – “he truly lived much in a few years and died an old man in eight and twenty years.


With a preface by G. Works zcougal Henry Scougal Search: It is a long letter, written to a friend who had lost the faith.

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Having contracted tuberculosis, he died in a few days before his 28th birthday. Low to High Price: Let us often withdraw our thoughts from this earth, this scene of misery, and folly, and sin, and raise them towards that more vast and glorious world, whose innocent and blessed inhabitants solace themselves eternally in the divine presence, and know no other passions, but an unmixed joy and an unbounded love. Scougal belonged to the school of Archbishop Robert Leightonand made it his aim to impress his students with a sense of the holiness of the function to which they were destined, as well as to instruct them in theology.

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