The Sermons Preached at Lincoln’s Inn Chapel is a collection of Frederick Denison Maurice’s sermons from 1856 to 1859. With over 100 sermons, Maurice covers Christian life, faith, the Trinity, sin, judgment, and more. The sermons are in chronological order and include the exact dates they were given, making them easy to follow throughout each book. This collection holds some of Maurice’s most valued and respected works from an important time in his life.
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Frederick Denison Maurice (1805–1872) was born in Normanston, Suffolk. After obtaining a civil law degree and pursuing a career in the literary field, he decided to seek Anglican ordination. In 1834, he was ordained and was appointed as chaplain of Guy’s Hospital. Maurice authored numerous popular books, including The Kingdom of Christ, Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy, The Prophets and Kings of the Old Testament, and The Lord’s Prayer, a Manual.