The Loveliness of Christ by Samuel Rutherford audiobook

The Loveliness of Christ

By Samuel Rutherford
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1.48 Hours Unabridged
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    ISBN: 9781633897090

Samuel Rutherford, born in the early 1600's, faced many hardships throughout his personal and spiritual life. Despite the criticism of his faith, imprisonment for the advocacy of the church, and his exile from his beloved hometown, Rutherford was still able to inspire the people of Scotland with his preaching. Rutherford is still an inspiration in the world of Christianity today through the letters he had written, some of which can be found in The Loveliness of Christ. 

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Samuel Rutherford, born in the early 1600's, faced many hardships throughout his personal and spiritual life. Despite the criticism of his faith, imprisonment for the advocacy of the church, and his exile from his beloved hometown, Rutherford was still able to inspire the people of Scotland with his preaching. Rutherford is still an inspiration in the world of Christianity today through the letters he had written, some of which can be found in The Loveliness of Christ. 

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Author Bio: Samuel Rutherford

Author Bio: Samuel Rutherford

Samuel Rutherford (1600–1661) was a Scottish minister and covenanter best known for his political book, Lex Rex; or, The Law and the Prince, for which he was charged with high treason and imprisoned. The book argued for limited government, as well as limitations on the current idea of the divine right of kings.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 1.48
Audience: Adult
Language: English