The Infidel

The Infidel

Book - 2001
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When slave ship captain John Newton, a faithless wretch of a man who lived life in opposition to the Gospel, has an encounter with a life-changing grace, it moves him to write one of the most endearing and enduring hymns of the Christian faith. Original.

Baker
& Taylor

When slave ship captain John Newton, a faithless wretch of a man who lives his life in opposition to the Gospel, has an encounter with life-changing grace, it moves him to write one of the most endearing and enduring hymns of the Christian faith.

Publisher: Broadford & Holman, 2001
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 9780805424805
0805424806
Characteristics: 343 p ; cm

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