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THE GOSPEL IN EZEKIEL.
ILLUSTRATED IN A SEEIE3 OF DISCOURSES. $1 00.
"The theology of this admirable volume resembles the language in which it is embodied; it is the theology of the old school—direct, simple, forcible, not sheathed in clouds of ingenious speculation, but bearing in every page the clear impress of the New Testament While the eloquence and poetry In which it is set will scarce fall to secure the suffrages of the most fastidious, its own inherent power and simplicity will carry it with acceptance Into many a humble homestead, and attract deeply attentive circles around many a cottage hearth."—Hugh Miller.
"To our friends south of the Scottish Border, who do not know Dr. Guthrie, we say, Procure this volume and read it, and you will feel that you have made the acquaintance of a man whom it were worth while to go some distance to see."—British Quarterly Review.
"Nothing has appeared 6lnce the publication of Chalmers1 'Astronomical Discourses1 to be compared with this inimitable volume of' prose-poems.1 It contains the finest specimen of pulpit literature the age has produced/'^-^-i^A Messenger.
THE CITY, ITS SINS AND SORROWS.
A SEEIE8 OF DISCOURSES FROM LUKE XIX. 41. 50 CENTS.
"Though as critics we might take exception to these Sermons, regarded simply as written compositions, we can have no hesitation in declaring that, for reading aloud (the true use of a sermon,) they are the most effective specimens of pulpit oratory that we have lately seen.*1
"To clergy and laity alike we can very cordially recommend these sermons on city life, as tending to elevate the mind, to enlarge the sympathies, and to deepen the Bense of responsibility, while the imagination. Is charmed, and the time passes quickly away."—The London Times.
CHRIST AND THE INHERITANCE OF THE] SAINTS.
INHERITANCE OF THE SAINTS
ILLUSTRATED IN A SERIES OF DISCOURSES
THOMAS GUTHRIE, D. D.,
AUTII0R OF "the Gospel In Ezekiel," "the City, Its Sins AND S0EE0W8,"
No. 580 BROADWAY.