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Why Will Ye Die?: A Sermon, Preached June 28th, 1857
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Why Will Ye Die?: A Sermon, Preached June 28th, 1857


Partridge and Co. 1857

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In a sermon preached on June 28, 1857, Alford preached on the text from Ezekiel 18:31. Death came into the world through sin, he explains thoroughly in this 28-page complementary resource to The State of the Blessed Dead. A careful scrutiny of a painful subject, this volume can also provide great hope and encouragement.

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Key Features

  • Contains a sermon preached by Henry Alford on June 28, 1857
  • Preaches on the text from Ezekiel 18:31
  • Examines the subject of death and offers hope and encouragement

Product Details

  • Title: Why Will Ye Die?: A Sermon, Preached June 28th, 1857
  • Author: Henry Alford
  • Publisher: New York
  • Publication Date: 1875
  • Pages: 26

About Henry Alford

Henry Alford (1810–1871), a member of the Anglican Church, was an English theologian, textual critic, poet, writer, and hymnodist. Alford studied at Cambridge and became a Hulsean Lecturer there, after which he moved to London where he pastored a large church and  became the dean of Canterbury. Other famous literary works of his include the lyrics to the hymn Come Ye Thankful People Come and The Greek Testament by Henry Alford.

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