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Publisher: Christian Focus,: 2002.
Seller ID: 65560
Condition: Fine to As New
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By: DEMAUS (R.).
Publisher: London:, Religious Tract Society.:
Edition: No date @ 1910. New & Revised Edition
Seller ID: 32232
Condition: Poor to Fair
462pp Frontis portrait of Latimer Rear board, end paper and text from page 455 onwards affected by damp / water stain. Remaining text substantially very good View more info
By: JOHN CARRICK.
Publisher: Banner of Truth,: 2008.
Seller ID: 55165
478ppJonathan Edwards (1703-58) is widely regarded not only as America’s greatest theologian and philosopher, but also as one of her greatest preachers. It is a remarkable fact, however, that his preaching has been somewhat neglected, both in academic circles and in the Reformed churches. Published in the year that marks the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of his death, this book successfully straddles the church’s and the academy’s interest in Edwards and supplies that omission.Dr Carrick demonstrates that Edwards was preaching and writing at a unique moment in history wh... View more info
By: NEWTON, RICHARD.
Publisher: Solid Ground Christian Books,: 2005.
Seller ID: 47869
272ppWilliam G. Blaikie wrote the following words about the author of this book on Heroes of the Reformation, In preaching to the young, Dr. Newton has attained the first rank in this department of work. The American mind has such a proclivity to sharp, terse forms of expression, clever analogies and illustrations, keen analysis of feelings, vivid description and warm colouring, that we do not wonder that it should excel in addresses to which such qualities contribute so largely. This volume includes brief but very informative sketches on the likes of Wycliffe, Huss, Savonarola, Luther... View more info
Publisher: London:, Pickering & Inglis.:
Edition: Fourth Edition
Seller ID: 61788
Condition: Very Good
422pp Photographs Grey covers Black lettering on spine and front cover Slight damping on foredgeReverend Stuart & Rachel Watt's missionary exploits in East Equatorial Africa, Kenya & Zanzibar in the late Nineteenth Century View more info