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Characters and characteristics of William Law
|Statement||selected and arranged with an introduction by Alexander Whyte ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Whyte, Alexander, 1836-1921.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 328p. ;|
|Number of Pages||328|
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Christian beware. If you think you are walking the Christian walk, you haven't met William Law. This book, introduced by the Scottish divine, Alexander Whyte, and featuring over eighty selections from Law's writings, provides an excellent entry into the doctrine and practical divinity of a highly rigorous eighteenth century English churchman.4/5(1).
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This book, introduced by the Scottish divine, Alexander Whyte, and featuring over eighty selections from Law's writings, provides an excellent entry into the doctrine and practical divinity of a highly rigorous eighteenth century English churchman.4/5.
William Law's Character, Works, and Influence that he was unsure of what the future held for him However, one possible reason for Law's tenacity to his principles was that he saw himself in the role of a martyr and rather liked it. In his Rules/ or My Future Conduct he states that "no condition in this life is forAuthor: Cheryl Hendrix.
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