Webb, Robert A.
The volume before you is about The Reformed Doctrine of the Sacraments, and it is actually two volumes in one. The first is by James S. Candlish a Scottish Presbyterian theologian from the nineteenth century, and the second is from Ezekiel Hopkins an Anglican Puritan from the seventeenth. If you are eager to learn what Protestants believe about the sacraments or desire to experience them more fully, than this book will be of tremendous benefit.
"Through numerous, sound Reformed treatises expound baptism and the Lord's Supper, few treat both sacraments under one cover. Two of the best, succinct works are Ezekiel Hopkins, The Doctrine of the Sacraments, and James S. Candlish, The Christian Sacraments. Now, not only do we have two of the best and most succinct works covering both sacraments in one treatise, but we also have both treatises in one book!" - Dr. Joel R. Beeke, president and professor of Systematic Theology and Homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan