The Divine Glory of Christ

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Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 7.13 × 4.75 × 0.25 in
isbn

9780851513423

binding

Paperback

Format

Book

Original Pub Date

1868

Banner Pub Date

Feb 1, 1982

topic

Jesus Christ

page-count

96

scripture

Whole Bible

Book Description

Books on the deity of Christ have generally concentrated on the ‘big’ texts of Scripture. In these pages Charles J. Brown presents another line of evidence, often overlooked, which ought to bring the reader of Scripture no less irresistibly to the same vision of Christ’s divine glory. This evidence he terms ‘indirect or incidental’ yet, far from losing its importance on that account, Brown’s unusual approach has a particular force and appeal. In C.H. Spurgeon’s opinion the book, first published in 1867, is ‘small but precious and much to our personal edification’.

Charles J. Brown, who died in 1884, published little in his lifetime. This is the main reason why though foremost among the Scottish preachers of the last century his name is so little remembered today.

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