Eric Liddell: Pure Gold Paperback
The Olympic Champion Who Inspired Chariots of Fire
by David McCasland;
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Eric Liddell: Pure Gold
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"Pure Gold" is widely considered to be the best biography of Eric Liddell. Comprehensive and moving, and supported by 16 pages of photographs and significant supplementary material, it was first published in the US and has not previously had a UK edition.
Eric Liddell: Pure Gold by David McCasland was published by Lion Hudson in March 2012 and is our 7288th best seller. The ISBN for Eric Liddell: Pure Gold is 9780745955711.
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Eric Liddell: Pure GoldBarry Mason, via The Good Book Stall
As Olympic fever takes its grip on the world once again, it is a great opportunity to revisit the story of a truly sporting hero. Where this biography improves on previous versions is the development of the story into just who Eric Liddell was and where his strong conviction of faith developed. With analysis built up from letters and school reports, McCasland takes us deeper into the life of Liddell than we have previously gone. He shares the story from young boy through the Olympic adventure onto missionary fulfilment and has introduced me to a man I wish I had known and assures me that I will one day get to meet in glory. This is so much more than a sporting biography, but rather a challenge to each of us on conviction in our faith, submission to God's calling and perseverance through adversity. Well worth a read.
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Details for Eric Liddell: Pure Gold
|Author / Artist||David McCasland|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||336|
|Page last updated||9th May 2017|