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Precious Bible Promises : Blessings in Scripture Pledged to True Believers in God's Glory and Word (Hardcover)
by Samuel Clarke




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Precious Bible Promises brings together passages of the Bible with the succinct analysis of preacher, scholar and doctor of divinity Samuel Clarke. A perfect introduction to the lessons of the Bible for the uninitiated, Precious Bible Promises contains hundreds of quotations which inspire faith. Designed as a handbook to help with life's myriad trials and troubles, this book provides peace of mind and comfort with life problems. Samuel Clarke spent his life in the Anglican ministry. His studied readings of the Bible, combined with philosophical insights that impressed scholars in England, made his books popular. Perhaps the most famous event in Clarke's life were the Boyle Lectures of 1704, wherein he drew upon faith and reason to present a convincing assessment of intelligence. Clarke believed that faith and science could be reconciled. Subscribing to the Newtonian physics conceived during his lifetime, he advanced a view that discoveries could be reconciled with the Biblical canon.

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Overview

Precious Bible Promises brings together passages of the Bible with the succinct analysis of preacher, scholar and doctor of divinity Samuel Clarke. A perfect introduction to the lessons of the Bible for the uninitiated, Precious Bible Promises contains hundreds of quotations which inspire faith. Designed as a handbook to help with life's myriad trials and troubles, this book provides peace of mind and comfort with life problems. Samuel Clarke spent his life in the Anglican ministry. His studied readings of the Bible, combined with philosophical insights that impressed scholars in England, made his books popular. Perhaps the most famous event in Clarke's life were the Boyle Lectures of 1704, wherein he drew upon faith and reason to present a convincing assessment of intelligence. Clarke believed that faith and science could be reconciled. Subscribing to the Newtonian physics conceived during his lifetime, he advanced a view that discoveries could be reconciled with the Biblical canon.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781387949625
  • ISBN-10: 1387949624
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publish Date: July 2018
  • Page Count: 114
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.75 pounds


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