The Life of God in the Soul of Man

Cosimo, Inc., 2007 M11 1 - 116 páginas
This book, considered a classic of Christian devotional literature, was written by young Scottish Puritan HENRY SCOUGAL (1650-1678), professor of divinity at Aberdeen University, in the form of a letter to a friend who has lost his faith. In clear, supportive, inspirational language, Scougal discusses: . religion and the natural divine life . how the Savior exemplifies divine love . the difficulties and duties of Christian life . and more. Seekers after spiritual succor continue to find soulful sustenance and encouragement in this work more than two centuries after it was first published.

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One of the most comprehensive and coherent expressions of Christian Justification and Sanctification theology ever, Scrougal offers some of the deepest insights into the definition of who a Christian ... Leer comentario completo

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I was given this book by a friend, and when I first opened it, I thought, "oh no, the style is so outdated." But this is actually a very quick read with plenty of little gems of good advice in it. I ... Leer comentario completo

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Página 36 - ... and those who have made progress in it, are not acted only by external motives, driven merely by threatenings, nor bribed by promises, nor constrained by laws; but are powerfully inclined to that which is good, and delight in the performance of it.

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