The Works of Abraham Booth combines the Baptist apologist’s writings with details of his life in three volumes of valuable text. A minister for 50 years, Abraham Booth was influential within the Baptist denomination, and he engaged many controversies of his day, such as abolition. Among the pieces included in this collection are Booth’s most influential work, The Reign of Grace, a collection of his sermons and tracts, and a memoir of this popular and complex minister.
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A memoir of eighteenth-century Baptist apologist Abraham Booth
This volume contains 11 sermons and tracts by Abraham Booth, including “Divine Justice Essential to the Divine Character,” as well as four posthumous essays and an index to the series.
Title: The Works of Abraham Booth
Author: Abraham Booth
Publisher: J. Haddon
About Abraham Booth
Abraham Booth (1734–1806) was an English Baptist theologian and pastor. He was baptized in an Arminian Baptist congregation but was later convinced of the doctrines of grace; he published his findings and experience in The Reign of Grace. He also helped found Stepney College.