Puritan Paperbacks - A Sure Guide to HeavenISBN: 9781800402690
This book, A Sure Guide to Heaven will provide the reader with a clear and simple statement of what the Christian gospel really is, providing answers to questions such as,
'What is the nature of conversion?',
'Why is conversion necessary?',
'What are the means of conversion?', and
'What are the motives to conversion?'
It is far from irrelevant to republish this classic book from a day when people were more deeply conscious of the world to come. When the spiritual history of the Western world in our own times is written, it may well be seen as the epoch of spiritual sloth and slumber.
May this book, which was also known as An Alarm to the Unconverted, prove to be A Sure Guide to Heaven to those who pick it up and read.
Table of Contents:
1. Mistakes About Conversion
2. The Nature of Conversion
3. The Necessity of Conversion
4. The Marks of the Unconverted
5. The Miseries of the Unconverted
6. Directions to the Unconverted
7. The Motives to Conversion
Joseph Alleine (1634-1668) was educated at Oxford from 1649 under men such as John Owen and Thomas Goodwin, he took his BA in 1651 and became a tutor and subsequently chaplain to the College. In 1655 Alleine accepted an invitation to become assistant to George Newton, vicar in Taunton, Somerset, and in the same year married his cousin, Theodosia. He died at the age of thirty-four.
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