Originally delivered as a series of 10 sermons at St. Michael’s Chapel in Aberystwyth, Wales, John Hughes offers historical context and practical exegeis on the book of Esther. Each sermon covers the sequential book of Esther.
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- 10 sermons on the book of Esther
- Offers historical context and practical exegeis
- Title: Esther and Her People
- Author: John Hughes
- Publisher: H. Hughes
- Publication Date: 1842
- Pages: 210
About John Hughes
John Hughes (1796–1860) was ordained in 1821 before becoming a Methodist Minister in Wales. Hughes wrote many works including A History of Welsh Calvinistic Methodism, Mirror of Prophecy, and Catechism of Scripture History.