Author:John Angell James

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John Angell James
(1785–1859)
British abolitionist
John Angell James

Works[edit]

  • "The Sunday School Teachers' Guide", 1816
  • "Christian Fellowship, or the Church Members' Guide", 1822
  • "The Christian Father's Present to his Children", 1824
  • "Christian Charity Explained", 1828
  • "The Family Monitor, or a Help to Domestic Happiness", 1828
  • "The Anxious Inquirer after Salvation Directed and Encouraged", 1834 (Reprinted by Quinta Press, 2003)
  • "The Christian Professor", 1837
  • "The Young Man from Home", 1838
  • "Pastoral Addresses, first series", 1840
  • "Pastoral Addresses, second series", 1841
  • "The Widow Directed to the Widow's God", 1841
  • "Pastoral Addresses, third series", 1842
  • "An Earnest Ministry the Want of the Times", 1847 (reprinted by Banner of Truth Trust, 1993)
  • "The Church in Earnest", 1848
  • "The Young Man's Friend and Guide through Life to Immortality", 1851
  • "Female Piety, or the Young Woman's Guide through Life to Immortality", 1852 (transcription project)
  • "The Course of Faith, or the Practical Believer Delineated", 1852
  • "Christian Progress", 1853
  • "Christian Hope", 1858
  • "The Works of John Angell James" (17 volumes), Hamilton Adams, 1860–64

Works about James[edit]

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