The author states in his preface, "The simple purpose of this book is to arrange the events of the Lord's life, as given us by the Evangelists, so far as possible, in a chronological order." That goal is clearly achieved because of the author's ability to blend historical accuracy and spiritual insight.
This resource is also available as part of the Selected Works on the Life of Christ (6 Volumes) collection.
- Title: The Life of Our Lord upon the Earth
- Author: Samuel J. Andrews
- Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
- Publication Date: 1889
- Pages: 624
About Samuel J. Andrews
Samuel J. Andrews (1817–1906) was born in Danbury, Connecticut. He graduated from Williams College in 1839, practiced law for numerous years, and later on became a Congregational clergyman from 1848 to 1855. In 1856, he became pastor of the Catholic and Apostolic Church at Hartford, Connecticut.