The Evil of Evils: The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin (Puritan Writings)

This rare treatise has been out of print since 1654 Most people will do all they can to avoid affliction, but do very little to avoid sin In 67 chapters, Burroughs shows in a myriad of ways how sin is the greatest evil, and constantly demonstrates that sin is to be feared than affliction Sin is most opposite to God and is also most opposite to man s well being BurThis rare treatise has been out of print since 1654 Most people will do all they can to avoid affliction, but do very little to avoid sin In 67 chapters, Burroughs shows in a myriad of ways how sin is the greatest evil, and constantly demonstrates that sin is to be feared than affliction Sin is most opposite to God and is also most opposite to man s well being Burroughs goal is to give us an increased hatred for sin and a flourishing love for holiness This he does exceedingly well.
The Evil of Evils The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin Puritan Writings This rare treatise has been out of print since Most people will do all they can to avoid affliction but do very little to avoid sin In chapters Burroughs shows in a myriad of ways how sin is

  • Title: The Evil of Evils: The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin (Puritan Writings)
  • Author: Jeremiah Burroughs
  • ISBN: 9781877611483
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Evil of Evils: The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin (Puritan Writings)”

    1. Definitely on my top 10 list. There are so few books on sin. This one is simply amazing. He looks at sin from every angle and looks at those angles from every angle.

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