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A Model for Men of Business: Lectures on the Character of Nehemiah
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A Model for Men of Business: Lectures on the Character of Nehemiah

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Hatchards 1872

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Overview

Taken from a series of 14 lectures, Hugh Stowell offers comprehensive studies on the principles, purpose, and extent of Nehemiah’s message. Examining Nehemiah’s character as an archetype for zealous reverence, Stowell walks through the character traits displayed throughout the text.

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Key Features

  • 14 lectures on Nehemiah
  • Studies the principles of Nehemiah’s message
  • Examines Nehemiah’s character

Praise for the Print Edition

We hail every wise and earnest effort to bring religious truth into effectual contact with secular life: and deeming Mr. Stowell’s discourses likely to be very useful in this service, we wish for them a wide circulation.

The Eclectic Review

In these lectures we have the evangelical spirit, the earnest feeling, and the clear, direct, and popular styles of expression characteristic of the author. Great practical questions come up in the course of these discussions . . . the author’s dogmatic method of dealing with them is sounds and healthful.

The British Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: A Model for Men of Business: Lectures on the Character of Nehemiah
  • Author: Hugh Stowell
  • Publisher: Hatchards
  • Publication Date: 1872
  • Pages: 238

About Hugh Stowell

Hugh Stowell (1799–1865) was educated at St. Edmund Hall in Oxford before being ordained in 1823. Stowell went on to become the rector of Christ Church in Salford and the chaplain to the Bishop of Manchester.