A Practical View of Christianity: with an introduction by Charles Colson

by William Wilberforce
Hendrickson Christian Classics


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Retail: $14.95
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Binding: hardcover
Pages: 288
Pub Date: 2006
ISBN: 9781598561227
ISBN-13: 9781598561227
Item Number: 561227
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Product Description

Wilberforce’s classic work, A Practical View of Christianity, is concerned with convincing those who call themselves Christians to pursue “the real nature and principles of the religion which they profess.” Christianity is not a mere morality, to be held in private. Christianity is revelation from God, bringing new rights and correspondent duties. It is an entire way of life that requires diligence and study and that should affect every aspect of the Christian’s public and private life.

This addition to the Hendrickson Christian Classics series has been completely retypeset. An index, explanatory notes, scripture references, translations of Latin phrases, bibliographic information, and other helps ensure that this work will be as valuable to today’s reader as it was to those readers who made A Practical View of Christianity a bestseller for fifty years.

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Author Bio

William Wilberforce (1759-1833) was a member of the British Parliament. He was also affiliated with the Clapham Sect, a group of Evangelicals who were active in public life. He was very instrumental in many social justice issues, including the abolition of slavery in England.