Samuel Rutherford Books

Born in 1600, Samuel Rutherford converted in 1624 and began reading theology in Edinburgh. He served as a minister for nine years before he was barred from preaching because of his nonconformity. Exiled for two years, he wrote many letters that are now part of the collection titled Letters of Samuel Rutherford. In 1638, after the Covenanter revolution, he was named  Professor of Divinity at St. Mary’s College, St. Andrews; he agreed to accept if he was allowed to regularly preach. He did so and also began publishing material on theology. Samuel Rutherford books include The Loveliness of Christ and Trial and Triumph of Faith. The first of these contains extracts of some of Rutherford’s wisest and most powerful thoughts; one hundred years ago, this book was called “a small casket stored with many jewels.” The second book expounds upon Christ’s gracious words to a Canaanite woman.

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Letters Of Samuel Rutherford
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Contains 69 of Rutherford’s letters while suffering for the gospel. 208pp.

The Loveliness of Christ
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Short extracts from Rutherford’s Letters, providing much to strengthen faith, with spiritual comfort and wise counsel. 128pp.

Trial and Triumph of Faith

Lessons From Christ's Gracious Answers to a Woman Whose Faith Would Not Give up

by Samuel Rutherford


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Expounding the incident of the healing of the daughter of the Canaanite woman (Matt. 15 & Mark 7), Rutherford eloquently shows the nature of true faith in Christ and persistence in prayer. 416pp.

Letters Of Samuel Rutherford
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Contains 365 of Rutherford’s incomparable letters, with a sketch of his life by the editor, Andrew Bonar, a Glossary and Index. ‘Every page is sweetly perfumed with the Saviour’—Gospel Standard. 768pp.

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