Amg Concise Bible Characters
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About "Amg Concise Bible Characters"
In AMG's Concise Bible Characters, Whyte uses his storytelling skills to interact with the greatest content of all time, the Holy Bible. What results is a collection of more than 150 stories on the characters of the Bible. Whyte's writings, originally published in seven volumes, continue to inspire preachers, Sunday school teachers, and lay people more than 160 years after they were published. Readers of these Bible character stories will feel like they are right there while things are happening. Whyte uses these stories to challenge each of us to consider our own character, to challenge us to be better than we have been, to reach for something beyond what we think we can attain. He challenges us to keep striving when life is tough, but more than that, he reveals how the characters of the Bible were able to do these things, and how we can accomplish them in our own lives. In producing Concise Bible Characters, we at AMG Publishers have made some minor changes to the original work to help make its content more clear to modern readers: We have updated some archaic terms, and we have updated spelling in accordance with how our language has changed over the years; in some cases, unusual forms of punctuation have been simplified to eliminate confusion. Apart from these minor modifications, however, we have remained true to Whyte's original work in every way. Additionally, readers should note that the points of current history mentioned by Whyte are from the nineteenth century.
Meet the Author
ALEXANDER WHYTE, Scottish divine, was born iný 1837, and educated at the University of Aberdeený and at New College, Edinburgh. He entered theý ministry of the Free Church of Scotland in 1866,ý and later served as colleague and successor to Dr.ý R. S. Candlish at Free St. George's. In 1909 he wasý appointed principal and professor of New Testamentý literature at New College, Edinburgh. Hisý other works include Bunyan Characters (1894) andý Lancelot Andrewes and his Private Devotions (1895).