“We can learn to swim only by getting into the water and striking out. We can learn to play the piano or violin only by playing it. Practice is the chief item in all the arts, and in none more than in the art of prayer.”—James Hastings
James Hastings’ The Christian Doctrine of Prayer is October’s Free Books of the Month.
Hastings explores the nature, principles, types, and value of prayer in this look at a complicated topic. Full of practical encouragement, The Christian Doctrine of Prayer gives helpful advice for those beginning in prayer, as well as for seasoned worshipers. Included are bibliographies, lists of books for further reading, examples, and a detailed table of contents.
James Hastings was born in 1852 in Scotland. A Presbyterian minister and theologian, he was the editor of many biblical works, including: Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols.), The Greater Men and Women of the Bible (6 vols.), and Dictionary of the Apostolic Church (2 vols.). He died in 1922.
You can get Hasting’s book free through the end of October, and when you visit the Free Book of the Month page, you can enter to win the 20-volume Great Texts of the Bible collection.
Visit the Free Book of the Month page to get your free book and enter the giveaway!