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The Rise And Progress Of Religion In The Soul by [Doddridge, Philip]
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Length: 384 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The Rise And Progress Of Religion In The Soul by Philip Doddridge

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 864 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Encyclopedia Puritannica Project (3 March 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent book for whereever you are on your spiritual journey 23 March 2014
By L. Geocaris - Published on
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Love puritan writers - they number what they are going to talk about at the beginning of the chapter, and then follow it exactly. This format helps when reading flowery king-james language because if you get lost you just go to the beginning of the chapter and read the synopsis of the number you are on to get back on track.

I started in chapter #13 since I am already a believer, but the book addresses non-believers through devout Christians as it walks through the Christian life and exorts us to examine ourselves. No wonder this book influenced the likes of Spurgeon. Definitely recommended
1.0 out of 5 stars Great Book--Abominable editing of this Kindle version 9 May 2017
By John J. Turner - Published on
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Your rating questions for novels are irrelevant to this book of spiritual counsel!

This book is a great spiritual classic that changed the life of William Wilberforce, and hence the history of the world, as Wilberforce was perhaps the leading figure in ending slavery and many other evils, while beginning many other good works rooted in Christian faith. Five stars!

However the errors introduced in transferring this book to Kindle--and left uncorrected--make reading the Kindle version very difficult, probably causing readers who are less than fully committed to turn away. One star.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Momentious Decisions to be made considering Eternity 14 May 2010
By M. Hopeman - Published on
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This book is a full, complete and honest examination of the human heart as it exists apart from God, lost in it's self-idolatry, rationalizations, and pretensious preferences. It is a straight on look at mankinds rebellion toward God exibited by a lifetime of non-nutritious indulgences at the preferred fleshly "slop" trough of our self-centered and entitled arrogant efforts and dawdlings. It is a compassionate and provacative appeal from one man saved by grace to the accept this unfathomable and precious gift of salvation which God offers through faith in Christ. An offer that He makes in tender compassionate love to all who will recieve it. The author extends to both the nominal professing believer and the most rabid sinner an opportunity to put aside pretense and take an honest look at oneself in the light of our holy and righteous God and Creator. He describes the gift of salvation as an exchange of abundant relational life in God, and that eternally, for the acceptace of the gift and repentance and turning away from sin. It is a look at the gift, the character of the Giver, and the choices to be made in our short pilgrimage on earth which will have direct affect the grace of our life now, the attitude of our dying and the way in which we each will enter into eternal life. in dying and in our eternal life. Eternity will be a comforting and joyfilled existence as worshippers and friends of God or it will be a terrible encounter with a righteous Judge and executioner who will not let the wicked and rebellious sinner go unpunished. He has observed our thoughts, motives and actions throughout our lifetime and cannot be decieved by our excuses and lies. He has given us freely every ability we have, and every good gift we have recieved and forborn with us in hope that we would turn to him. The book takes the reader through a rational consideration of the pro's and con's of this decision to be made
with an attitude of hope and words of truth and grace. Excellent in every way.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars history is current. 5 April 2014
By Denno - Published on
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Am reading this wonderful historical book still. It influenced many people over the years. Even the great abolitionist William Wilverforce in England in the 1800s. Continues to impact many lives to this day.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 18 March 2016
By JRH - Published on
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The book is excellent, although the many typos in the text can be distracting. Amazingly beautiful and descriptive journey of God's grace and love growing in the life of a redeemed man. Highly recommended.