William Wilberforce: Greatest Works
The 29th Pure Gold Classic, William Wilberforce, portrays the very best of this great man. This work includes Practical View of Christianity, historic papers and a wonderful biography of the man who became the conscience to the world and helped bring an end to the practice of slavery in the civilized world. BONUS: Also included a free CD of Wilberforce's abolition speech.
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THE CLAPHAM GROUP THEY SET OUT TO CHANGE THEIR WORLD
EXCERPTS FROM A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christian in the Higher and Middle Classes Contrasted with Real ...
INTRODUCTION AND INADEQUATE CONCEPTIONS OF THE IMPORTANCE OF CHRISTIANITY
CORRUPTION OF HUMAN NATURE
CHIEF DEFECTS OF THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM THE USE OF PASSIONS IN RELIGION
ON THE EXCELLENCE OF CHRISTIANITY
EPISTLE TO WILLIAM WILBERFORCE ESQ ON THE REJECTION OF THE BILL FOR ABOLISHING THE SLAVE TRADE
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