Colquhoun, John (2), Dd

Colquhoun, John (2), D.D.

a Scotch clergyman, was born at Luss in January 1748; educated at the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh; licensed to preach in 1780; called to the living of St. John's, Edinburgh, in 1781, and died November 27,1827. He was never absent from his charge excepting On sacramental occasions; his duties were discharged with zeal, and his life was one of sincerity and simplicity. He wrote, A Treatise on Spiritual Coniobit (1815): — On the Law and Gospel (1816): — On the Covenant of Grace (1818): — Catechism for Directing Young Communicants (1821): — On

the Covenant of Works (eod.): — View of Saving Faith (1824): — Collection of the Promises of Scripture (1825): View of Evangelical Repentance (eod.): — Sermons on Doctrinal Subjects (posthumous, 1836). See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 1:109.

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