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Christian Charity Explained


Jonathan Leavitt, Crocker & Brewster 1829

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John Angell James aims to further define the need for Christian charity as a form of love. He provides distinguished examples from Scripture to buttress common themes of charity throughout the gospel, as well as relates love with exegetical analysis of atonement, grace, and virtue.

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Key Features

  • Provides an exposition on 1 Corinthians 13
  • Defines the need for Christian charity as a form of love

Praise for the Print Edition

Such a book as this was greatly needed; and we are truly glad to find that it has been supplied by a writer so wise and enlightened as Mr. James.

The Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle

Product Details

  • Title: Christian Charity Explained
  • Author: John Angell James
  • Publisher: J. Leavitt
  • Publication Date: 1829
  • Pages: 304

About John Angell James

John Angell James was educated in Gosport, Hampshire before accepting a position in Birmingham as a preacher. James published several writings including The Anxious Inquirer and An Earnest Ministry.