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This is the (1864) 3-volume collection of 34 sermons and a treatise (book) entitled "THE PRACTICAL DIVINITY OF THE PAPISTS discovered to be destructive of CHRISTIANITY AND MEN’S SOULS" by Puritan divine Rev. David Clarkson. None of the content has been edited or altered or abridged and originates from a trustworthy source. This public domain resource is free, through reading this resource, may God bless you richly, according to His will, for His eternal glory. amen.

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"David Clarkson (1622-1686) was a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity, and one of the tutors of archbishop Tillotson. He was the son of Robert Clarkson of Bradford in Yorkshire, where he was born February 1622, and educated at Clare-hall, Cambridge; and was some time fellow of that college. He was then tutor to Tillotson, who succeeded him in his fellowship in 1651. He was, according to Baxter, a divine of extraordinary worth for solid judgment, healing moderate principles, acquaintance with the fathers, great ministerial abilities, and a godly upright life. He held for some time the living of Mortlake in Surrey, from which he was ejected for nonconformity in August 1662. After this he shifted about, according to Neal, from one place of obscurity to another, until, in 1682, he was chosen co-pastor with Dr. Owen, whom he succeeded the year following. He died June 14, 1686." from Chalmer’s General Biographical Dictionary

"David Clarkson is one of the most prominent Puritan ministers of the seventeenth century, contemporary of John Owen and John Bunyan. He worked closely with Owen, pastoring Owen’s congregation after his death. He was known for combining sound doctrine with practical application. " - from Logos Bible Software product description

Volume I


Prefatory Note


Of Original Sin
Of Repentance
Of Faith
Of Living by Faith
Faith in Prayer
Of Dying in Faith
Of Living as Strangers
The Excellent Knowledge of Christ.
Justification by the Righteousness of Christ.
Men by Nature Unwilling to come to Christ
The Lord the Owner of all things; an inducement from Earthly-mindedness
Hearing the Word
Of Taking up the Cross

Volume II



The New Creature
Christ’s Gracious Invitation to Sinners
Man’s Insufficiency to do Anything of Himself
Against Anxious Carefulness
Pray for Everything
God’s End in Sending Calamities and Afflictions on his People
The Conviction of Hypocrites
Soul Idolatry Excludes Men out of Heaven
The Children of God should not be Partakers with Others in their Sins
Unconverted Sinners are Darkness
Of Christ Seeking Fruit, and Finding None
The Lord Rules over all
Sinners under the Curse

Volume III



The Love of Christ
Christ’s Sacrifice
Christ’s Dying for Sinners
Christ Touched with the Feeling of our Infirmities
Of Coming Boldly unto the Throne of Grace
Of Christ’s Making Intercession
Believers’ Communion with the Father and Son
Public Worship to be Preferred before Private

The Practical Divinity of the Papists Discovered to be Destructive of Christianity and Men’s Souls
Contents of the Preceding Treatise
General Index (with the ‘Alphabetical Table’ of the Original Edition Incorporated)
Index of Scripture Texts

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