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TO YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS,

SUNDAY SCHOOL UNIONS, MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETIES, ETC. ETC.

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The Author of this Work—“Indirect Evidences'-is open to

deliver the following among other Lectures :

1. SLEEP AND DREAMS.
2. MONEY : WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT CAN DO.
3. THE THEATRE-AS IT IS, AND AS IT MIGHT BE.
4. HOBBY-HORSES AND THEIR RIDERS.
5. WHITE LIES—WITH SPECIMENS.
6. WHY DO SOME PEOPLE GET DRUNK ?
7. SOME OF THE REAL DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY OF A RIGHT

UNDERSTANDING OF THE BIBLE.
8. THE RATIONALE OF PRAYER.
9. WHAT IS IT TO BE A CHRISTIAN, AND WHY ÁM I ONE ?
10. THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE INCARNATION.
11. FAITH CONSIDERED AS A PRINCIPLE OF ACTION.
12. THE UNWRITTEN LIFE OF CHRIST.

N.B.-Dr. Young is also occasionally open to supply vacant pulpits, but sufficient previous notice must be given to enable him to arrange for the supply of his own.

For Dates, Terms, or other particulars, address-

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DR. F. ROWLAND YOUNG,
194 KING'S ROAD,

READING.'

UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME,

THE WORD CHRISTIAN,'

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And Subjects variously related thereto.

WITH AN APPENDIX ON THE HISTORICAL ORIGIN

OF THE WORD CHRISTIAN.'

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BY

FREDERIC ROWLAND YOUNG, D.D.

CHAPTER I.
THE WORD CHRISTIAN'-DEFINED AND DISCRIMINATED.

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CHAPTER II.
WHY SHOULD I BE A CHRISTIAN?

CHAPTER III.
HOW CAN I BECOME A CHRISTIAN ?

CHAPTER IV.
AM I A CHRISTIAN ?

CHAPTER V.
IF I AM NOT A CHRISTIAN, WHY AM I not ?

CHAPTER VI.
IF I AM NOT A CHRISTIAN, WHAT AM I?

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IN THE

NEW TESTAMENT

FOR THE

PERSONAL DIVINITY OF CHRIST.

WITH APPENDICES.

BY

FREDERIC ROWLAND YOUNG, D.D.,

MINISTER OF AUGUSTINE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, READING.

What think ye of Christ? whose son is he?'-Matt. xxii. 42.

«“What think ye of Christ?” There is a sense in which this is the deepest and most
earnest question which theology can ask.'-Rev. CHARLES BEAN, B.A.

W. STEWART & CO.,
41 FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON, E.Ç.

1884.
Price Half-a-crown.

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