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Inhaltsangabe: According to Christianity man is an enemy of God and does not seek him (Romans 3). This short work from Thomas Chalmers shows what is necessary to move one from a life of enmity towards God to one as a child of God. It is knowing, seeing, and tasting God as infinitely valuable. Humana beings are creatures whose hearts like nature detest a vacuum and so to expel the sin and selfishness in our hearts we must fill it something that is better and more satisfying, namely, Jesus Christ.
Über den Autor: Thomas Chalmers (1780?1847) was born in Anstruther, Scotland. He taught science and mathematics and also was a preacher. He began his larger ministry in 1815, at the Tron Church in Glasgow, where he became very popular. In 1823, he became a Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews. From 1828 to 1843, he was a Professor of theology at The University at Edinburgh. As a leader in the Disruption of 1843, he became Professor of Theology to the seceding body, among other activities.
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