Select Works of F. W. Farrar (3 vols.)
Isbister & Co., Cassell and Company, Longman 1885–1898
Frederic William Farrar’s writings provided a crucial link between the academic world and the common people. His works were popular, his fans and critics were many, and in the academic field his writings were engaged by some of the greatest scholars in the world. As a writer, Farrar was a servant of the people, writing to help the general public understand what he valued above all else: the pure, unadulterated truth of the Gospel.
The Select Works of F. W. Farrar contains Great Books: Bunyan, Shakespeare, Dante, Milton, The Imitation, Etc., The Bible: Its Meaning and Supremacy, and The Early Days of Christianity. This collection includes a mix of Farrar’s secular and religious writings, which he wrote for the public.
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- A defense of the Christian faith
- A supplement to the entire New Testament
- Farrar’s recommended reading
Praise for Frederic William Farrar
[Farrar] was at that time the most popular preacher and writer in the Church of England . . . but was guilty of one great sin in the eyes of many literary critics—he had the gift of expressing his knowledge in such a way as to appeal to the multitude.
—Sir Henry S. Lunn, humanitarian, missionary, and founder of Lunn Poly
- Title: Select Works of F. W. Farrar
- Author: Frederic William Farrar
- Publishers: Longman, Cassell and Company, and Isbister & Co.
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 1,020
About Frederic William Farrar
F. W. Farrar (1831–1903) was born in Bombay, India. He attended King’s College, London and Trinity College, Cambridge. In his lifetime Farrar served as canon of Westminster, rector of St. Margaret’s, archdeacon of Westminster Abbey, and dean of Canterbury. Known for his preaching, Farrar was also a prolific author. His works include Eternal Hope, Mercy and Judgment, The Life and Work of St. Paul, The Life of Christ, and Lives of the Fathers, as well as novels and children’s books.