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The Works Of George Swinnock

5 Volume Set

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Weight 8.72 lbs
Dimensions 8.8 × 5.75 × 7.1 in
page-count

2,526

Format

Book

Original Pub Date

1672 (actually 1868)

Banner Pub Date

Dec 1, 1996

topic

Spiritual Growth, Man & Sin, Encouragement, Life Issues, Salvation, The End Times, Christian Thought, Prayer

binding

Cloth-bound

isbn

9780851516424

Endorsement

His work comes ‘from one both of a good head and heart’. , THOMAS MANTON

‘George Swinnock had the gift of illustration largely developed, as his works prove…they served his purpose, and made his teaching attractive…there remains “a rare amount of sanctified wit and wisdom”.’– C.H. SPURGEON

Book Description

George Swinnock is one of the easiest of the Puritan authors to read. Long out of print, this republication of his works will be welcomed by all who have an interest in and love for Puritan literature.

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