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Knots Untied is J. C. Ryle's leading work in defense of the evangelicalism of the Church of England. When first published in 1874 it proved immensely popular, and by 1885 it was reprinted in a tenth edition. This classic volume covers the then current disputes regarding various points of religion within the Church of England, advocating and defending the evangelical position at every turn.
For seminarians, scholars, pastors, and lay readers seeking to understand more deeply the evangelical position, Knots Untied, unashamedly written from the standpoint of an Evangelical Churchman, sets forth a clear and compelling presentation of the evangelical position that, according to J.I. Packer, "is neither more nor less than New Testament Christianity."
'Show us anything plainly written in that Book, and, however trying to flesh and blood, we will receive it, believe it, and submit to it. Show us anything, as religion, which is contrary to that Book, and, however specious, plausible, beautiful, and apparently desirable, we will not have it at any price.Here is rock: all else is sand.' J. C. Ryle on the Bible as the only rule of faith and practice.
|Title: Knots Untied|
By: J.C. Ryle
Number of Pages: 488
Vendor: Banner of Truth
|Publication Date: 2016|
Dimensions: 8.75 X 5.60 X 1.25 (inches)
Stock No: WW716827
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