Practical Religion: Being Plain Papers on the Daily Duties, Experience, Dangers, and Privileges of Professing Christians
by J. C. Ryle
Charles Murray 1900
A guidebook for spiritual living, J. C. Ryle’s Practical Religion aims to “throw some light on what every believer ought to be, to do, and expect.” Focusing on subjects such as prayer, Bible reading, freedom, happiness, sickness, eternity, and more, Ryle’s insightful observations on the Scripture and living the Christian life are relevant today more than ever.
- Title: Practical Religion: Being Plain Papers on the Daily Duties, Experience, Dangers, and Privileges of Professing Christians
- Author: J. C. Ryle
- Publisher: Charles Murray
- Publication Date: 1900
- Pages: 524
About J. C. Ryle
J. C. Ryle (1816–1900) was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he was a Craven Scholar. He was ordained in 1841, and became the first bishop of Liverpool in 1880. Ryle was a prolific writer his entire life, publishing dozens of bestsellers that were translated into many languages.