Anthony Tuckney

Anthony TuckneyAnthony Tuckney (1599-1670) was an English Puritan theologian and scholar. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and a fellow there from 1619 to 1630. He was the chairman of the committee of the Westminster Assembly in 1643 and was responsible for its section on the Decalogue in the Larger Catechism. From 1645 to 1653 he was master of Emmanuel and then from 1653 to 1661 Master of St. John’s College, Cambridge. In 1655, he became the Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge – then the seat of Puritan thought. After the English Restoration in 1660, he was removed from his positions and retired from professional life. [via Wikipedia]

The Complete Works of Anthony Tuckney:

Eight Letters of Anthony Tuckney. (179 pages)
[pdf epub web via Google Books]
Appended to the book Moral and Religious Aphorisms by Benjamin Whichcote.

The Form of Sound Words. (67 pages)
[pdf via Digital Puritan]
A sermon on 2 Timothy 1:13.

Forty Sermons Upon Several Occasions. (611 pages)
[pdf epub mobi txt web via Internet Archive]
Consisting of the following:

  1. Eight sermons on Philippians 3:8 (pdf, 111 pp.)
  2. Four sermons on Philippians 3:5-6 (pdf, 56 pp.)
  3. Four sermons on Proverbs 8:21 (pdf, 55 pp.)
  4. Four sermons on 2 Peter 1:4 (pdf, 41 pp.)
  5. A sermon on Philippians 1:27 (pdf, 19 pp.)
  6. Two sermons on Psalm 119:96 (pdf, 35 pp.)
  7. A sermon on Exodus 28:36 (pdf, 16 pp.)
  8. A sermon on Matthew 5:13 (pdf, 17 pp.)
  9. Two sermons on Isaiah 32:1-2 (pdf, 25 pp.)
  10. A sermon on John 5:14 (pdf, 15 pp.)
  11. Three sermons on Psalm 73:28 (pdf, 49 pp.)
  12. Two sermons on Luke 21:19 (pdf, 37 pp.)
  13. Three sermons on Genesis 49:18 (pdf, 43 pp.)
  14. Two sermons on Matthew 24:45-46 (pdf, 19 pp.)
  15. Two sermons on Philippians 1:21 (pdf, 50 pp.)

A Good Day Well-Improved. (249 pages)
[pdf via Digital Puritan]
Five sermons on Acts 9:31.

Thanatoktasia, or Death Disarmed. (207 pages)
[pdf web via Google Books]
Three sermons preached on 1 Corinthians 15:55. The first was preached at the funeral of Thomas Hill (d.1653), and includes an account of his life and ministry.