Have you seen Samuel Miller's introductory essay on the Articles of the Synod of Dort?

Samuel Miller was a J. I. Packer of the 19th century, supplying introductory essays for several works. We've already posted his essay on the Sabbath (1833), but here's another one: his 1841 introductory essay to the Articles of the Synod of Dort. In this 74-page essay, Miller discusses the circumstances leading up to the Synod, as well as the writing of the Articles and the theology found in them. Anyone interested in the history of Calvinism will appreciate Miller's assessment of this document and its history.