A Body of Doctrinal Divinity

John Gill, 1697-1771


Charles Spurgeon: "John Gill was a man of profound learning and deep piety. He was notable as a divine for the exactness of his systematic theology in which he maintained the doctrines of grace against the innovations of Arminian teachers. His Body of Divinity has long been held in the highest repute. As the fervent exposition of an entire and harmonious creed, it has no rival. He is the champion of the Calvinistic School of Divinity. Gill is a star of the first magnitude amidst surrounding darkness! For good, sound, massive, sober sense in commenting—none can excel Gill."
 

Book 1.
Of God, His Word, Names, Nature, Perfections, and Persons



Book 2.
Of the Acts and Works of God



Book 3.
Of the External Works of God


Book 4.
Of the Acts of the Grace of God Towards and upon His Elect in Time



Book 5.
Of the Grace of Christ in His States of Humiliation and Exaltation, and in the Offices Exercised by Him in Them



Book 6.
Of the Blessings of Grace, and the Doctrines of it



Book 7.
Of the Final State of Men