William Guthrie (Puritan)
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William Guthrie (1620–1665) was a Scottish Covenanter minister and author. He was the first minister of Fenwick parish church in Ayrshire, Scotland. He is known primarily for his book on assurance, The Christian's Great Interest.
- Guthrie, William (1620–1665). "The Christian's Great Interest" HTML Version Retrieved 2010-07-23.
- Biography of William Guthrie - ccel.org Retrieved 2010-07-23
- Memoir of William Guthrie from The Christian's Great Interest at ccel.org Retrieved 2010-07-23
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