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THE INQUIRER DIRECTED
EXPERIMENTAL AND PRACTICAL VIEW
ISmo. is. 6d. cloth.
"Tub volume is so small as to be soon perused; but it contains enough of the soundest doctrine, couched in the most persuasive and impressive language, to engage the mind and conscience for many a long day. It is a heart-searching treatise; we pray the Great Searcher of all hearts to accompany with His divine influence the striking and solemn appeals with which it abounds."
Christian Lady's Magazine.
"The Author of this manual contemplates a mind anxiously inquiring, « What shall I do to be saved?' And anticipating the difficulties connected with the doctrine of the Atonement, meets every inquiry with a lucid explanation and a salutary address to the heart. Its sound scriptural views, its pathetic appeals, its insinuating style, and its deep-toned piety, commend it to the candid attention of every awakened mind."—Eclectic Review.
"A Small volume upon the moat momentous subjects that can engage the thought of man. Sound doctrine, conveyed in persuasive language, speaking to the mind and conscience, forms the contents of its pages. It is a heart-searching treatise, and sincerely do we pray the Great Searcher of hearts to accompany with His blessing and render abundantly useful the impressive and solemn appeals with which it abounds."—Protestant Magazine.
AN EXPERIMENTAL AND PRACTICAL VIEW
THE WORK Ofe: '. I P
AUTHOR OF "THE INQUIRER DIRECTED TO AN EXPERIMENTAL
JOHN F. SHAW, 27, SOUTHAMPTON ROW,
J. JOHNSTONE, EDINBURGH; J. ROBERTSON, DUBLIN.