The Loveliest Story Ever Told by Murdoch Campbell
  

Synopsis

The Loveliest Story Ever Told by Murdoch Campbell

Originally published in the 1960s as a book intended for young readers, but with an appeal to both young and old. It draws on Biblical and other stories, as well as verse, to make Christian teaching readily understood, even by those of the younger readers who might not otherwise follow easily. It treats the story of Isaac and Rebecca as a framework within which to show that only the Gospel lets us understand our relationship to God, our spiritual needs, and the way to true happiness. With concern for the eternal welfare of his readers, Murdoch Campbell brings to these aims a wonderful knowledge and use of Scripture, and attempts to convey something of what God has wrought .

About the Author

A gifted pastor, preacher and evangelist, the Reverend Murdoch Campbell also won the esteem and deep appreciation of a wide public as author of around seventeen books. These include 'Memories of a Wayfaring Man' and 'In All Their Affliction', along with biography, sermons and pamphlets. Among more recent publications, edited by David Campbell, are his diary, 'The Suburbs of Heaven', and a collection of his Gaelic hymns with translations, entitled 'Tobraichean Solais' or 'Wells of Joy'.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
110 pages

Author

Murdoch Campbell
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Publisher

Covenanters Press an imprint of Zeticula Ltd

Publication date

4th March 2016

ISBN

9781905022342


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