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Real Christianity

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657 pages10 hours

Summary

19th-Century British MP and abolitionist William Wilberforce wrote A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, also called Real Christianity, in 1797. In the book, Wilberforce, who underwent evangelical conversion ten years earlier, forcefully argues that Christians who become complacent and only lead a “nominal” Christian life, are contributing to a society rotting away at its core. He encourages Christians to focus their life on Christ and His teachings. An instant success upon its publishing, this call to action has been inspiring Christians for over two hundred years.

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