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“All the manuals are fine examples of careful workmanship and scholarly industry.”_"Independent and Nonconformist,” 17th August 1896.
“A series of which we have often spoken in terms of very high commendation.”—“Record,” 11th March 1898.
“A most admirable series.”—“Methodist Times,” 25th August 1898.
“No more beautiful series of the kind passes under our notice.”—“Literary World," 21st October 1898.
“This happily devised series.”—“Glasgow Herald,” May 1899.
LONDON: A. & C. BLACK.
Edited by Very Rev. Prof. CHARTERIS, D.D., LL.D., Edin.,
and Rev. J. A. M'CLYMONT, D.D., Aberdeen.
Crown 8vo Edition, Price 1s. 6d. net. Copies may be had
interleaved for 8d. extra.
By Rev. PEARSON M'ADAM MUIR, D.D., Glasgow. “Dr. M‘Adam Muir has written a scholarly book in a style that will attract and interest the student of general and religious literature alike.”-Scotsman.
“The spirit in which it is written is admirable.”-Spectator.
First Series. *RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. By Principal GRANT, D.D., LL.D., Queen's University, Canada.
29th Thousand. "Have seldom seen a better and clearer text-book."-- British Weekly. HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN EVIDENCES. By Principal STEWART, D.D., University of St. Andrews.
28th Thousand. “For its own purpose there is no book that can for a moment compete with it."- Expository Times. THE NEW TESTAMENT AND ITS WRITERS. By Rev. J. A. M'CLYMONT, D.D., Aberdeen.
39th Thousand. “It supplies excellently terse and clear introductions to the books of the New Testament.”—Guardian. THE OLD TESTAMENT AND ITS CONTENTS. By Professor ROBERTSON, D.D., University of Glasgow.
28th Thousand. "It contains the pith of libraries, and presents its massive learning in a lụcid and readable style."- Evangelical Magazine.
LANDMARKS OF CHURCH HISTORY.
23rd Thousand. “Dr. Cowan has chosen his materials judiciously, and set them forth lucidly and attractively.”—Glasgow Herald.
HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. By Rev. P. M'ADAM MUIR, D.D., Glasgow.
22nd Thousand. “This comprehensive, luminous, and interesting picture of the ecclesiastical past and present of Scotland."..
OUR LORD'S TEACHING.
“ As long as the Church of Scotland can produce manuals of this calibre it need not fear coinparison with any community in Christendom."- Record.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES: THEIR PLACE AND POWER IN MODERN CHRISTENDOM. By Rev. J. N. OGILVIE, M. A., Bangalore.
7th Thousand. “Nowhere is it possible to obtain in anything like the same compass so clear and authoritative an array of historical facts and ecclesiastical statistics, and the volume has the additional advantage of being bright and readable."-Speaker.
A FAITHFUL CHURCHMAN. Sketch of the Life and Work of Professor JAMES ROBERTSON, D.D.,
Founder of the Endowment Scheme of the Church of Scotland.
By Prof. CHARTERIS, D.D., LL.D., University of Edinburgh. “If any young novelist wishes to tell again the ever-romantic story of the struggles of a poor Scottish ,student, described so pathetically by George MacDonald and by still more popular successors, he will find me valuable material in a little book issued in the Guild Library this week entitled 'A Faithful Churchian.'” - Aberdeen Free Press.
“ The book can be recommended to young Churchmen of all denominations, and will make them acquainted not only with a fine and characteristig type of Scotsman, but also with events and movements which are passing out of mind, but which have done much to mould the present.”—Glasgow Herald.
THE PREPARATION FOR CHRISTIANITY
IN THE ANCIENT WORLD. By R. M. WENLEY, Sc.D. (Edin.), D.Phil. (Glas.), Senior Professor of Philosophy in the University of Michigan. "A fresh and vigorous, as well as scholarly and luminous, survey of the intellectual conditions which prevailed under Greek culture, Roman authority, and Jewish exclusiveness."-Speaker.
THE MISSIONARY EXPANSION
OF THE REFORMED CHURCHES. By the Rev. J. A. GRAHAM, M.A., Guild Missionary at Kalimpong.
With 8 Maps and 145 Illustrations. “The most attractive short manual of missions generally that has yet been published.”—Church Missionary Intelligence.
“We may add that it is enriched by 240 illustrations, mostly portraits, contains maps, and gives a bibliography of references.”—The New Age.
HYMNS AND HYMN MAKERS.
Second Edition. “ The style of the book is altogether charming, and the introduction is as lucid and graceful as it is sympathetic, catholic, and penetrating.”-Aberdeen Free Press. “We have not come across one word of bias or prejudice.”—Guardian.
BIBLE MANNERS AND CUSTOMS. By the Rev. GEORGE M. MACKIE, D.D., Beyrout. With Illustrations.
7th Thousand. “It will help readers of the Bible much as a dictionary of classical antiquities helps a reader of Latin and Greek.”-Scotsman.
“To the teacher who wishes to give local colour and piquancy to his Bible-class lessons, or to the student who desires to understand his Bible more thoroughly, this excellent little handbook will be found of very great service.”-Dundee Advertiser.
HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS.
By Professor Davidson, LL.D., University of Aberdeen. “A well-thought-out treatise on a subject of the highest importance. This is the best kind of service which a clear thinker who regards the subject without what a hostile disputant might call professional bias, can render to the cause of revealed religion.' -Spectator. SCOTTISH CATHEDRALS AND ABBEYS.
By Rev. D. BUTLER, M.A., Abernethy. With Introduction by Very Rev. Principal Story, D.D., LL.D.
“Mr. Butler's accurate and well-written chapters include notices of those collegiate and other parish churches which are most distinguished for age, style, and history, and give also a general survey of Scottish mediæval architecture." --Scotsman.