The outstanding preaching ministry of Thomas Manton (1620-77) was excercised first a Stoke Newington from 1644, then from 1656 in one of the leading Puritan churches in London. St Paul's Covenant Garden. The extent of his pulpit labours is shown by the fact that the twenty-two volumes of the standard 19th century edition of his works consist almost entirely of sermons. The present volume containig sixty-five sermons on Hebrews 11:1-31 illustrates the author's 'clear and succinct opening of of gospel mysteries and close application to the conscience' (from the letter To the Reader) here the great theme of faith in action shines before the reader like a many-faceted jewel.
These sixty-five sermons on Hebrews 11:1-31 illustrate the great theme of faith in action.