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Real Christianity

This book is about William Wilberforce
In the wake of the compelling biopic "Amazing Grace," comes a refreshed edition of William Wilberforce's seminal work, "Real Christianity." Originally penned in 1797, this book not only played a pivotal role in the abolition of the slave trade in the United Kingdom but also challenged Christians to embody a genuine faith that transcends mere cultural adherence. Now paraphrased in modern language, Wilberforce’s compelling arguments for racial justice and religious freedom resonate anew, providing a profound litmus test for the authenticity of one's faith. This edition invites contemporary readers, especially those engaged in adult education, to explore the depths of a real Christian life against the backdrop of pressing social justice issues. Engaging with Wilberforce's text, readers will find themselves in conversation with influential voices like Jim Wallis and Bono, discovering timeless truths that call for a profound and actionable faith in today’s world.
Published by Bethany House Publishers on December 19, 2006
204 pages
ISBN: 9780830743117
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