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THE CALLED OF GOD.
BY THE LATE
PROFESSOR A. B. DAVIDSON, D.D., LL.D.
WUith Biographical Entroduction
This volume contains a selection of the late Professor Davidson's Sermons, including: The Call of Abrahan. Jacob at Bethel. Jacob at Peniel. Moses on Mount Sinai. Saul. Elijah. The Call of Isaiah. The Call of Jeremiah. John the Baptist. Nicodemus. Zacchæus. The Rich Young Ruler.' Thomas.
The "biographical introduction” adds greatly to the value of a volume which will be prized not merely by Dr. Davidson's old students, but by many who did not enjoy the acquaintance of one of the most characteristic, profound, and inspiring of Scottish scholars and theologians.'-Bookman. 'Penetrating character studies of wonderful insight and delicacy.
This is a volume which may be unreservedly commended as likely, if wisely used, to give new elements of strength and richness to the preaching of many men who are in danger of losing their freshness and virility.'-—-Primitive Methodist Quarterly Review.
“This handsome volume is enriched by two striking likenesses, and by a biographical introduction which is masterly of its kind, and could only have been written by its author. . Every one of the sermons is worth its weight in gold to the thoughtful reader.
They will be a possession for ever to Dr. Davidson's old students, and all who knew him will feel the subtle charm of the book. Its crowning mercy is the biographical introduction, which is the key to the self-revelation of sermons that deserved to be handed down to future generations.'--Weekly Leader.
Such discourses as those on Saul's Reprobation, Elijah's Flight, and others not less striking, given in this volume, once heard cling to the memory for ever. : The vivid, appreciative, admirably drawn sketch of Dr. Davidson, which is given in the introduction, adds greatly to the value of the volume.'-Critical Review.
'As we lay down this record, all too short and inadequate, of what Andrew Davidson was pernitted to be and do for his generation, the main thought in our mind is a renewed sense of thankfulness that in an age of readjustment, with all the perplexities and possibilities of loss which it involves, there should have been granted to us a teacher of teachers so strong, so sympathetic, so full of conviction as he whose loss is still mourned as a present sorrow by Christians of many confessions.'--Church Quarterly Review.
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