Alexander Christ’s Gracious Invitation
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Alexander, A. – Christ’s Gracious Invitation is a one chapter “tract” given to civil war soldiers inviting them to Christ.
Christ’s Gracious Invitation.
By Archibald Alexander, 1772-1851
[Raleigh? N.C.: s. n., between [FOR THE SOLDIERS.] No. 25.
by G. Campbell Morgan D.D.
In this short work (5 Chapters) on evangelism by G. Campbell Morgan (congregationalist). Chapters are: 1. The Evangel. 2. The Church Evangelistic. 3. The Evangelist. 4. The Evangelistic Service. 5. The Present Opportunity Continue reading
In Evangelism by G. Campbell Morgan (congregationalist). Chapters are: 1. The Evangel. 2. The Church Evangelistic. 3. The Evangelist. 4. The Evangelistic Service. 5. The Present Opportunity
|Author:||G. Campbell Morgan|
|Date:||January 10, 2020|
What Must I Do To Be Saved?
by Cotton Mather
Cotton Mather (February 12, 1663 – February 13, 1728). B.A. 1678 (Harvard College), M.A. 1681; honorary doctorate 1710 (University of Glasgow), was a socially and politically influential Puritan minister, prolific author, and pamphleteer. He attended Boston Latin School, and graduated from Harvard in 1678, at only 15 years of age. After completing his post-graduate work, he joined his father as assistant Pastor of Boston’s original North Church. Author of more than 450 books and pamphlets, Cotton Mather’s ubiquitous literary works made him one of the most influential religious leaders in America. Mather set the nation’s “moral tone,” and sounded the call for second and third generation Puritans, whose parents had left England for the New England colonies of North America to return to the theological roots of Puritanism. His major works are: Continue reading