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Author Name    Boreham, F. W.


Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   NEW

Publisher    AP

Seller ID   5429

"The man whose biography is not worth writing has never yet been born," writes F.W. Boreham. Few life stories turned out to be more fascinating than his own. In this, his autobiography, he takes us back to the days when there were no cinemas, no motor cars, no planes, no radios, no television. We step back into a world we'll never see again. In this enchanting autobiography we see the young Boreham as the last student, it is reckoned, to be personally admitted by C.H. Spurgeon to his famous Pastors' College. We see him as an usher showing the Princess Mary, later to become Queen Mary, to her seat at D. L. Moody's evangelistic mission in Spurgeon's Tabernacle. We follow him as a young pastor to New Zealand and meet the enthralling characters of his first charge. Boreham was, of course, the most popular christian essayist of his day. His books "A Bunch of Everlastings", "The Passing of John Broadbanks", etc 'were all classics of their kind and, touched millions of lives. His own autobiography, though, is the most touching of all his writings. Read it and you will see that christian work is, ultimately; the most challenging and, yet, the most romantic work possible.

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