Ferme (or Fairholme), Charles

Ferme (Or Fairholme), Charles a Scotch divine, was born in Edinburgh, and was educated at the university there, where he became M.A. in 1587. In 1593 he was made one of the regents of the university. He afterwards became minister at Fraserburgh, and (1600) principal of the college there; he died at Fraserburgh in 1617. He wrote a Logical Analysis of the Epistle of Paul to the Romans which was published under the care of Dr. Adamson in 1671, and has been republished by the Wodrow Society (Edinburgh, 1850, 8vmo). Ins the preface to this edition, Dr. W. L. Alexander gives the work high praise, even saying, "So sagacious, exact, and perspicuous a commentary on the Romans I had not before, had the good fortune to peruse."

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