Forgotten Riches from Rutherford’s ‘Christ Dying’ – Interview with Rob McCurley – SFH057

Forgotten Riches from Rutherford’s ‘Christ Dying’ – Interview with Rob McCurley – SFH057

Even many who love to read Samuel Rutherford’s spiritually rich devotional letters have never heard of or read some of his other books. One forgotten book that exalts the glory of the Redeemer in a way that readers of the letters will recognise is called Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself. In a series of sermons on John chapter 12, Rutherford enters into deep meditation on Christ’s person and sufferings. Rev. Rob McCurley has made a special study of the book and in this extended interview he is able to help summarise it and explain its value for today. He explains why it is his favourite of all the books Rutherford wrote. Join us in mining these spiritual riches to get insights for today.

 

Samuel Rutherford & St Antholin’s Church, London – SFH048

Samuel Rutherford & St Antholin’s Church, London – SFH048

Samuel Rutherford was able to lift his own and the eyes of believers above difficult events that troubled them. He pointed them to the majestic heavenly glories of the Lord Jesus Christ. Matthew Vogan relates details of some of the sermons Samuel Rutherford preached at St Antholin’s in London.

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Samuel Rutherford & Lex Rex – Parliament Square, Edinburgh – SFH030

Samuel Rutherford & Lex Rex – Parliament Square, Edinburgh – SFH030

What do Boris Johnson, the prorogation of parliament and the Scottish Court of Session have to do with Scotland’s Forgotten History? Matthew Vogan is in Edinburgh’s Parliament Square, outside the court, to explain why Samuel Rutherford’s book still has an impact today. 

To learn more about the book, and the points Rutherford was making, visit ReformationScotland.org/lex-rex

Click here to read the Opinion of Lord Carloway, the Lord President of the Court of Session.

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