Once Blind Paperback

The Life of John Newton

by Kay Marshall Strom;

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Once Blind

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This biography of the writer of Amazing Grace takes us on a journey worthy of a Hollywood extravaganza with swashbuckling adventures on the high seas coupled with the horrors of the slave trade. Once Blind retells Newton's conversion during a crushing storm no one expected to survive and then the most unusual years that followed as an evangelical clergyman with the Church of England during which he was known for his ability to bridge gaping theological chasms.

In the end, John Newton risked his reputation, his wife's emotional well-being, even his cherished right to preach-all so that he could bear witness to the horrors he had witnessed and had participated in, and to help bring about laws that would stop the slave trade.

This is indeed a timely book as we mark the 200th anniversary of the laws that set in motion the end of 18th century slavery, for God's grace is every bit as amazing today as it was in Newton's era.

Once Blind by Kay Marshall Strom was published by IVP (USA) in January 2008 and is our 34767th best seller. The ISBN for Once Blind is 9780830857210.

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Details for Once Blind

Page last updated 4th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherIVP (USA) (January 2008)
Number of Pages250
Thickness18 mm
Height211 mm
Width137 mm
Product Code4038566
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