Watson, Richard. A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: explanatory of the History, Manners, and Customs of the Jews and neighbouring nations. With an account of the most remarkable places and persons mentioned in sacred Scripture; an Exposition of the Principal Doctrines of Christianity; and notices of Jewish and Christian sects and heresies. Revised by the American Editor. New York: Lane & Scott, 1851.
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Richard Watson (1781-1833), English Wesleyan theologian. Watson began preaching at age 15, and was active in field & missionary work. His Institutes were the first Wesleyan systematic theology, and he was highly esteemed by his contemporaries for both his intellectual genius and his holy character.
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