The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan: Volume VIII: Instruction for the Ignorant; Light for them that sit in Darkness; Saved by Grace; Come, and Welcome to Jesus Christ
This edition, which will comprise thirteen volumes including an index volume, provides reliable scholarly texts for all Bunyan's miscellaneous writings, based on the earliest texts and Doe's Folio (1692).
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|Library of Congress
||Christian life - Miscellanea, Salvation - Early works to 1800
||General/trade;College/higher education;Professional and scholarly
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A scholarly edition of The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan: Instruction for the Ignorant; Light for Them That Sit in Darkness; Saved by Grace; Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ by Richard L. Greaves. The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus.
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||'Many of the introductions to the volumes of The Miscellaneous Works draw out the parallels between the major writings and the various religious tracts. The Bunyan of The Miscellaneous Works is very much a preacher and theologian. As a result of such work on Bunyan's sectarian milieu, Bunyan's relation to his context is coming into ever sharper focus. These beautifully bound and meticulously edited volumes are positive encouragements to the reader. It would be difficult to overpraise them.' Religious Studies Review, Volume 19, Number 1/January 1993
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