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1821. RARE. Original binding. Originally published 1755. 8th Edition. 4 1/4 x 7 1/2 appx. Handsome Full Leather brown hardcover with gilt lettering. Petite raised bands with tooled florettes in compartments. Tiny Gilt border stripe to front and rear covers. Ornate gilt all round edges. 264pp. Preface by Rev. Thomas Adam. Samuel Walker was Curate of Truro in Cornwall. These are very fine sermons from the GREAT AWAKENING Period. Walker worked along side John Wesley, George Whitefield, Henry Venn, William Grimshaw etc., and was a very fruitful laborer in the mid-18th century. Robust, earnest sermons on the Gospel of Christ and the New Creation. Contents: The Sinfulness and Misery of Man; The Helplessness of Man; The Power and Love of Christ; Faith In Christ; Several sermons on The Believer A New Creature in which the character of a Christian is largely described opposed to that of a careless sinner, and in contradistinction from that of a Formalist or Nominal church-goer.
Title: The Christian; Being a Course of Practical Sermons
Publisher: Edinburgh: William Whyte & Company, Waugh & Innes, James Robertson and Fairbairn & Anderson; Glasgow: Chalmers & Collins; London: Longman & Company, Ogee Duncan & Company:
Book Condition: GOOD for age. Leather scuffed and edgeworn and front hinge shaken but intact.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 25984
Keywords: Walker, Great Awakening, Sermons