Matthew Henry

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    You've seen or heard of his Commentary - now read the book of the man. ‘The period between the Great Ejection of 1662 and the evangelical revival which broke out in the late 1730s is too little known and understood by evangelical Christians today. It was a time of trial and suffering for many, particularly ministers, who laboured for Christ in difficult, adverse conditions. Matthew Henry, author of the famous commentary on the Bible, was one of these and this short, readable biography of him by Philip Eveson is a welcome introduction to his life and ministry.’ Robert Strivens, Principal, London Theological Seminary.

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    Number of Pages: 128
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9780852348482
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    Listed in: Religious & spiritual, Christian leaders & leadership, Christian ministry & pastoral activity
    Publisher: EP Books

    Books by Philip Eveson

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