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WORKS BY REV. DR. KRUMMACHER.
In post 8vo., price 7s. 6d., DAVID, THE KING OF ISRAEL; A PORTRAIT DRAWN FROM BIBLE HISTORY AND THE
BOOK OF PSALMS. TRANSLATED UNDER THE EXPRESS SANCTION OF THE AUTHOR BY THE
Rev. M. G. EASTON, M.A. • We have a lifelike picture of the prophet-king and of his times. The truths brought out are applied with marvellous skill and deep spiritual insight to the Christian state, so that every page is luminous with gospel lessons. The character of David is nobly drawn; and he stands before us as one of the greatest men and greatest saints of the Old Testament. We trust its venerable author will be rewarded by the abundant popularity of his picturesque and charming volume.'-Erungelical Christendom.
• We would recommend this volume to the clergy as a storehouse of hints for pulpit use, and also as a valuable addition to our devotional literature.' -- Clerical Journal.
* The volume is, on the whole, a very happy specimen of the style for which Dr. Krummacher is best known--at once vivid, imaginative, and experimental ; and it exhibits more of the intellectual and robust than his earlier work. Should it direct the attention of ministers and students to the devout and practical study of the Old Testament narratives, as themes for pulpit exposition, it will confer a great boon on both preachers and hearers.'-Freeman.
BY THE SAME AUTIO R.
In crown 8vo, price 4s. 6d., Sixth Edition,
SUFFERINGS OF CHRIST. • We give it preference to everything hitherto produced by the gifted and devoted author. It is divinity of the most thoroughly evangelical description. Truth and tenderness have seldom been so successfully combined. A book of the heart, to that it appeals in every page, with a force which it will be difficult to resist.'-Christian Witness.
• The subject is a sublime and pathetic one, and is treated with much solemnity of feeling, together with great tenderness of sympathy.'— Literary Churchman.
In crown 8vo, price 6s., APOLOGETIC LECTURES ON THE SAVING
TRUTHS OF CHRISTIANITY.
By C. E. LUTHARDT, D.D., Leipsic. “We can assure our friends that the work is worthy of being studied.' -Clerical Journal.
• Dr Luthardt is a profound scholar, but a very simple teacher, and expresses himself on the gravest matters with the utmost simplicity, clearness, and force.'— Literary World.
Third Edition, One volume, crown 8vo, price 5s.,
THAT ARE MADE.
MINISTER OF MAGDEBURG IN 1671.
Sermons in stones, and God in everything.' For simple poetical fancy, deep sentiment, religious wisdom, and quaint suggestiveness, we know no devotional book that is its equal.'-Nonconformist.
It is a book for all men, from the beggar on his pallet of straw to the prince upon his throne. With a strangely childish eye and charming lip, Scriver leads us forth into nature, as into a vault of mirrors, from which the image of God everywhere shines furth.'—Clerical Journal.
In crown 8vo, price 3s.,
By J. J. DO EDES, D.D., PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF UTRECHT. * This little volume is a very valuable summary of the history and principles of sound exegesis of the New Testament.'—British Quarterly Review.
We have here an elaborate and painstaking system of what might be called cautions to be observed in the unfolding of the New Testament Text.
Its ample and continuous references to the literature of the subject add to its value as a handbook.'-Literary Churchman.
In crown 8vo, price 5s.,
PROFESSORS OF THEOLOGY, LEIPSIC.
In crown 8vo, price 4s., THE SYMBOLICAL NUMBERS OF SCRIPTURE.
By Rev. MALCOLM WHITE, M.A. "We heartily thank Mr White for his able, sober, and suggestive contribution to the right interpretation of the symbolical numbers of Scripture, for, without binding ourselves to every detail, we say with confidence, that he has rendered a good and needful service to the book “one jot or one tittle of which shall in no wise pass away till all be fulfilled." '--London Weekly Review.