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1830 1ed William Wilberforce Famous Slavery Abolition Real Christianity Devotion

“Selfishness is one of the principal fruits of the corruption of human nature; and it is obvious that selfishness disposes us to over-rate our good qualities, and to overlook or extenuate our defects.”

― William Wilberforce, Real Christianity.

William Wilberforce’s “Real Christianity” has been one of the most important and long-lasting references for Christians and protestant theologians for decades. It was considered a ‘best-seller’ after its first publishing in 1797 and was reprinted into several languages just months after it hit the market. According to Project Gutenberg, this same book is accessed hundreds of a times a month! While this work’s main audience is Christian research it has much influence in the philosophy and psychology fields as well. This first American Tract Society edition is complete and includes a portrait of Wilberforce. While the exact date of this printing is unknown, scholars place it between 1830-1839, more likely the earlier.

Item number: #1444

Price: $350

WILBERFORCE, William

A practical view of the prevailing religious system of professed Christians in the higher and middle classes, contrasted with real Christianity. From a late London edition

New York, American Tract Society [1830].

Details:
•Collation complete with all pages: [4], 375, [3]
oPortrait of Wilberforce
•Binding: Leather; tight & secure
•Provenance: Handwritten – Stephen Eugene Reed, 1839.
•Language: English
•Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm)

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1830 1ed William Wilberforce Famous Slavery Abolition

Estimate $250 - $500Nov 5, 2017
100 N Providence Rd
Ste 101
Columbia, MO 65203
United States
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