The Loss and Recovery of Elect Sinners : With the Difficulty of Their Coming Back Again to Glory. Methodically Held Forth Under the Similitude of Captives Ransomed and Returning from Slavery

By: Adamson, John [d. 1725]

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Printed for J. Neilson, for James Gillies, Glasgow: Paisley, 1795. Published 1795. Vividly written and energetic sermon describing how difficult it is to redeem onself after sinning; and how one is much better off not to have sinned in the first place. Full calf with black spine label, xvi, (17)-272p. Covers worn and a bit dried around the edges, spine label chipped, front joint cracked but cover still well attached, quite clean pages with some age-toning and light scattered foxing, a couple of brief areas with fairly faint dampstaining, mainly confined to the margins, no noted chips or tears. Gift inscription dated 1867 on front free endpaper, old round sticker with "no. 451" on front pastedown. A sound copy, internally very good.. Hard Cover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

Title: The Loss and Recovery of Elect Sinners : With the Difficulty of Their Coming Back Again to Glory. Methodically Held Forth Under the Similitude of Captives Ransomed and Returning from Slavery

Author Name: Adamson, John [d. 1725]

Categories: Philosophy, Theology, Religion, Spirituality,

Publisher: Printed for J. Neilson, for James Gillies, Glasgow, Paisley: 1795

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 004245

Keywords: RELIGION REDEMPTION SINNERS CHRISTIAN SERMON