In 1779, in their Testimony and Warning Against the Blasphemies and Idolatry of Popery, the Reformed Presbytery called Durhamâ€™s Complete Commentary... On the Book of Revelation, "the best exposition of that book that has yet been published" (p. 61n)."After all that has been written it would not be easy to find a more sensible and instructive work than this old-fashioned exposition... the mystery of the Gospel fills it with sweet savour" writes Spurgeon of this work (cited in Johnston, Treasury of the Scottish Covenant, p. 318, emphasis added). Carstairs, in the introduction to this huge set, comments that the judicious reader "will count the author an interpreter, one among a thousand." This book touches on many subjects "with some practical observations, and several digressions, necessary for vindicating, clearing, and confirming many weighty and important truths."
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