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Titre : A Commentary on Judges (16th-17th Century ...
Éditeur : Banner of Truth January 1984
Date d'édition : 1984
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : As New
Etat de la jaquette : Very Good
Book in Like New condition, with previous owner's inscription of front free endpaper and text pristine. Jacket shows very light wear. N° de réf. du libraire 109151
Synopsis : This is a facsimile reprint of the original 1615 edition. Rogers' work on Judges should never have been allowed to become a treasure in rare-book libraries. Unaccountably in all the Puritan reprints of the last century this work was missed by publishers. It is an eminent example of how the lesser-known books of the Old Testament can be made contemporary and powerful by true preaching.
A propos de l'auteur: Richard Rogers (1551-1618) was educated at Cambridge University Christ's College (BA, 1571) and Caius College (MA, 1574). In 1575 he became curate of Radminster, Essex, and in 1577 was appointed lecturer at Wethersfield, Essex, where he was to remain for the next forty years. He established a presbytery at Dedham, organized meetings in his neighbourhood for prayer and spiritual fellowship, and ran a school in his own home to groom young men for Cambridge and the ministry.
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