Henry Alford Collection (15 vols.)
by Henry Alford
Containing dozens of sermons and prayers from one of England’s most multifaceted 19th-century clergymen, the Henry Alford Collection (15 Vols.) shows Alford’s talent and wisdom as a dynamic preacher, as well as his absorbing literary style. Alongside sermons on a multitude of theological topics, this collection also includes two thought-provoking volumes on the subject of death, as well as three highly useful and practical New Testament study guides. Written by the creator of The Greek Testament by Henry Alford, the guides contain insight based on decades of Alford's intensive New Testament research and are a fantastic set of New Testament study tools.
Also a prolific writer of hymns and poetry, Alford edited the works of John Donne, a well-known 17th-century English poet, and tried his hand at novel writing. The literary talent he possesses, combined with his ability to preach great Scriptural truths in an accessible manner, makes Henry Alford’s works a valuable tool for anyone wishing to gain further biblical knowledge and insight. With Logos Bible Software, this collection of writings is more accessible than ever. One click of a mouse provides instantaneous search results on a multitude of theological topics, saving you hours of thumbing through books.
- Hundreds of easily searchable sermons
- Biography, journals, and letters of one of England’s finest 19th-century theologians
- Instructional volumes regarding an approach to New Testament studies
- The Consistency of the Divine Conduct in Revealing of the Doctrines of Redemption
- Essays and Addresses Chiefly on Church Subjects
- How to Study the New Testament: The Gospels and Acts
- How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (First Section)
- How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (Second Section) and Revelation
- Sermons on Christian Doctrine
- The State of the Blessed Dead
- Why Will Ye Die?
- The Year of Prayer
- Meditations in Advent, On Creation, and on Providence
- Plain Village Sermons on the Lord’s Prayer and Beatitudes
- Life, Journals, and Letters of Henry Alford
- Selection Adapted to the Seasons of the Christian Year, Vol. 1
- Selection Adapted to the Seasons of the Christian Year, Vol. 2
- Eastertide Sermons
- Title: Henry Alford Collection (15 Vols.)
- Author: Henry Alford
- Volumes: 15
- Pages: 4,213
About Henry Alford
Henry Alford (1810–1871), a member of the Anglican Church, was an English theologian, textual critic, poet, writer, and hymnodist. Alford studied at Cambridge and became a Hulsean Lecturer there, after which he moved to London where he pastored a large church and became the Dean of Canterbury. Other famous literary works of his include the lyrics to the hymn Come Ye Thankful People Come and The Greek Testament by Henry Alford.