A body of divinity. To which are adjoined Immanuel. To which are added, the life of the author [&c.]. Reduced from the original form of question and answer by H. Robinson
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Ussher's Body of Divinity Online from The Heidelblog (Scott Clark) by R. Scott Clark At Google Books. R. S. at Diatheke has a useful warning about this work. He notes that it's more a compilation of 16th-century and early 17th-century Reformed sources (e.g., Cartwright's catechism) than it Ussher's his own original work. Still, it remains a useful witness to the state of Reformed theology in the period.