The C. H. Mackintosh Collection contains thirty-five volumes of the most important sermons, books, and commentaries from one of Ireland’s most famous preachers and prolific writers. Charles Herbert Mackintosh appealed to the pastoral and theological concerns of ordinary people, connecting the richness of Scripture to the events of daily life—all while never compromising good scholarship. His approach not only propelled the early expansion of the Plymouth Brethren movement and fueled a revival in Ireland, but also set the precedent for preaching and teaching in the decades that followed.
John Darby once quipped to Mackintosh, “You write to be understood.” Now, the writings and commentaries of Charles Herbert Mackintosh are easier to understand than ever! Your Libronix Digital Library links the books, sermons, and commentaries included in this collection to your favorite Bible translations and Bible dictionaries and encyclopedias. That means you can perform concentrated and accurate research on Mackintosh’s books at the click of your mouse, or read all of his books with the rest of your reference tools close at hand. That makes the Logos edition of the C. H. Mackintosh Collection an indispensible tool for understanding the life and thought of one of the Plymouth Brethren’s most important preachers.
- Mackintosh’s most important commentary: Notes on the Pentateuch
- Thirty-four books, plus seventeen shorter pamphlets and tracts
Praise for the Print Edition
Man’s complete ruin in sin, and God’s perfect remedy in Christ, are fully, clearly, and often strikingly presented [in Mackintosh’s writings].
—Andrew Miller, a leader of the Plymouth Brethren movement
- Title: C. H. Mackintosh Collection
- Publisher: Loizeaux Brothers Publications
- Author: C. H. Mackintosh
- Volumes: 34
- Pages: 3,061
About C. H. Mackintosh
Charles Henry Mackintosh was born in 1820 in Ireland. He converted to Christianity through correspondence with his sister and through reading John Darby's Operations of the Spirit.