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1858. RARE in Original binding. Burgundy Cloth hardcover with gilt lettering and decorative blind stamping. Brown endpapers. 432pp. Upham was Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy in Bowdoin College, Maine. Excellent and practical on the experiential side of the Christian life. Good antidote for general shallowness today. The book is divided into several parts, each with appropriate chapters: Part One, On God and the Relation He sustains to His creatures; Part Two, On Faith and the Union of God and Man in Faith; Part Three, On the Knowledge of God and the Union of God and Man in Knowledge; Part Four, On the Love of God and the Union of God and Man in Love; Part Five, On the Will of God and the Union of the Divine and Human Will; Part Six, On the Union of Man with God in His Providences; Part Seve, Union with God in the Work of Man's Redemption; Part Eight, Of the Peace or Rest of the Soul in a State of Union.
Title: Treatise on Divine Union Designed to Point Out Some of the Intimate Relations Between God and Man in the Higher Forms of Religious Experience
Publisher: London: Hamilton, Adams and Company:
Book Condition: GOOD. Pages clean. Binding sound. Minor wear to extremities., especially to spine tips. Number to spine. Notes to title page.
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Keywords: Christian Spirituality, Theology