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William Guthrie; William Dunlop, Introduction and Account of Guthrie's Life; Trail, Preface
The Christian's Great Interest: Divided into Two Parts; The First Whereof Containeth The Trial of a Saving Interest in Christ. The Second Pointeth Plainly Forth The Way How To Attain It. To Which is Prefix'd A Large Account of His Life...
John Brown, 1755. Condition: Very Good. Professionally rebound. Full brown leather binding with five raised bands and burgundy slip/gilt lettering on the spine. New end-papers. 260pp. Covers have some very light and small scuff marks. Previous owner's name written on flyleaf. Inside contains foxing, and a few pages have a little writing on them (pencil, thus eraseable). An attractive little book in very good condition, especially considering the year in which it was published. Full refund if not satisfied. This is from Banner of Truth: ""All of Guthrie's teaching and pastoral experience were poured into The Christian's Great Interest - his only book. The remarkable fact that it has gone through more than eighty editions and been translated into several languages testifies to its value. This book describes in a simple, clear, and attractive style what it means to be a Christian, and how to become one."".
Bookseller: Shelley and Son Books (stanshelleyandsonbooks) [Hendersonville, NC, US]
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