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Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce

This book is about William Wilberforce
Delve into the remarkable story of William Wilberforce in John Piper’s "Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce," a compelling exploration of the man behind Britain’s abolition of the African slave trade. Published on January 9, 2007, this insightful book uncovers the profound spiritual journey of Wilberforce, an evangelical Christian and member of Parliament, whose unwavering faith and dedication to racial justice and religious freedom catalyzed a pivotal shift in the moral fabric of a nation. Piper masterfully illustrates how Wilberforce’s transition from self-centered politician to a radically God-centered Christian propelled him to fight relentlessly against slavery, influencing generations. Ideal for adult education settings, this narrative not only highlights the historical and cultural contexts of Wilberforce’s time but also serves as an inspirational blueprint for contemporary leaders dealing with social justice and humanitarian issues. Reflect on what personal transformations might drive you to effect change in your community and beyond.
Published by Crossway on January 9, 2007
80 pages
ISBN: 9781581348750
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