Life Of John Newton Hardback
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Life Of John Newton
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Poignant letters and vignettes from John Newton's own memoirs
his life as a despairing beggar, slave ship captain, and finally, a tireless man of God
His lifelong search for theological knowledge, and his mentoring of young ministers
Meticulous reproduction from the 1831 original biography.
A mother who believed her beloved son would be a minister. The angry son who chose a different path - one of disobedience until he became transformed into an influential minister and hymnist.
Such is the life of John Newton - a man who fled the face of God until so hardened of heart that a life for Christ seemed an impossibility. A near death experience upon the seas set him on a journey to re-discover the God of his childhood. He would continue to grow in the faith until he fulfilled a dream of ministry. Learn more about the man who's own heart cried out the words of "Amazing Grace" and whose voice always spoke of God's limitless mercy and forgiveness.
Life Of John Newton by American Sunday-School Union of Philadelphia was published by Attic Books in June 2011 and is our 60226th best seller. The ISBN for Life Of John Newton is 9780890516201.
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|Author / Artist||American Sunday-School Union of Philadelphia|
|Publisher||Attic Books (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||11th October 2017|