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Life in a Risen Saviour

by Candlish, Robert S.

A & C Black 1858

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Overview

Few passages in the New Testament are as foundational to the Christian faith as 1 Corinthians 15, because it defends the Resurrection as central to the Christian faith. Paul faces the hard questions believers have wrestled with since the end of Jesus' earthly ministry: "What is the significance of a bodily resurrection?" "What if the resurrection was a big hoax?" In this classic volume, Robert S. Candlish presents nineteen discourses on 1 Corinthians 15. Candlish handles the text as a master preacher and skilled exegete, carefully illustrating the unity in Paul's argument within 1 Corinthians 15 as well as logical connection between other themes within the Apostle's letter. In addition to Paul's chapter on resurrection, Candlish offers expositions on John 11 and Isaiah 25. Explore the hope of resurrection and the promise of an eternal kingdom with one of Scotland's favorite preachers.

Key Features

  • Twenty-one discoures on the Resurrection
  • Covers every verse in 1 Corinthians 15
  • Approachable and comprendible style

Product Details

  • Title: Life in a Risen Saviour
  • Author: Robert S. Candlish
  • Publisher: Adam and Charles Black
  • Publication Date: 1858
  • Pages: 398

About Robert Smith Candlish

Robert Smith Candlish was born in Edinburgh in 1806. He entered Glasgow College in 1818, at the age of twelve. In 1826, Robert Candlish completed course work at the divinity hall and began his pulpit ministry shortly thereafter. Candlish became the ordained minister of St. Georges, Edinburgh, in 1834. In 1843 he took a founding role in the Free Church of Scotland and became one of the primary ambassadors in the separation from the Church of Scotland. In 1862, while maintaining his pulpit ministry, Candlish became the principal of New College in Edinburgh. Robert Candlish was a revered preacher, lecturer, and author. Contributions towards the exposition of the Book of Genesis, The Atonement; its Reality, Completeness and Extent, and The Fatherhood of God are among his most respected publications.

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