Forty-One Letters on Religious Subjects

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John Newton (1838)

John Newton, the author of the hymn "Amazing Grace", an ex-slave trader, who was sold as a slave himself, whom God saved and converted on a sinking ship, and who afterward became a pastor. Pastor Newton had a great heart for God, an ability to teach those who listened to him, using many illustrations from a hard life, and from nature. These letters are a perfect example of his knowledge of "the truth as it is on Jesus" and his ability to communicate it to hungry souls for the face of God.


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