Author:Thomas Scott (1747-1821)

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Thomas Scott
British preacher and biblical commentator
Thomas Scott


  • The force of truth: an authentic narrative (1770)
  • The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments: with original notes, practical observation, and copious marginal references (1788-92), in 5 vols.
  • The rights of God (1793)
  • A vindication of the Divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, and of the doctrines contained in them: being an answer to the two parts of Mr. T. Paine's Age of reason (1797)
  • Theological works: published at different times, and now collected into volumes (1810), in 3 vols.
  • (tr.) The Articles of the Synod of Dort (1818);
  • Essays on the most important subjects in religion (1806) [1]
  • Letters and Papers of the late Rev. Thomas Scott D.D., with occasional observations (1824), edited by John Scott (1777-1834)

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