The Bible and Life
Prominent Methodist thinker and preacher Edwin Holt Hughes made a number of significant contributions to American religious thought throughout the early twentieth century. This easy-to-read volume collects Hughes' opinions and practical tips on incorporating the teachings of the Bible into everyday life.
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Chapter IV The Bible and Education
Chapter V The Bible and Work
Chapter VI The Bible and Wealth
Chapter VII The Bible and Sorrow
Chapter VIII The Bible and Practice
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