His Glorious Body. First Edition in dustjacket

By: NORWOOD, Robert.

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NORWOOD, Robert. His Glorious Body. New York / London : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. First Printing. Pp (8),ix-xx,[1]-229,(5). 8vo, blue cloth, giltto front board and spine. Watters p.822, Rhodenizer p.316, Laugher p.421. “Immortality and the survival after death are subjects that have occupied and fascinated men from earliest days. They constitute the dominant theme ofthese informal talks in which a modern-minded Christian discusses the doub ts, fears, and hopes that must have presented themselves at times to every thinking man. Dr. Norwood's conclusions are affirmative and rest upon “the one supreme evidence.” which he interprets in terms intelligible to the menand women of our day.” - from the dj. Chapters: 1. First and Foremost; 2. A New Day; 3.. The Communion of Saints; 4. Hermon and Bethany; 5. Our Potential Godhood; 6. God's Secret Purpose; 7. Man and His Father; 8. The Power of the Resurrection; 9. Paul and Peter; 10. The New Creation; 11. Our Glorious Body; 12. Spiritual Athletics; 13. The Fulness of God; 14. Clothed withImmortality; 15. One Body and One Spirit; 16. The Glory of Man's Inheritan ce; 17. The Witness of Words; 18 . The Church of God; 19. Stars in a Dark World ; 20. Visible and Invisible Worlds; 21. God's Armor; 22. Our Beloved Brother. Robert Winkworth Norwood (born March 27, 1874, New Ross, Nova Scotia - d. September 28, 1932, New York City) was educated in Quebec, Lennoxville, Windsor, Nova Scotia, and at Columbia University. The first of his fourNova Scotian charges was as missionary to a small church at Neil's Harbor, Cape Breton. He then served in Montreal, London, Ontario, and Philadelphia , before his last tenure (1925-32) at St. Bartholomew's, Park Avenue, New York. Corners bumped, name, else very good in browned, spotted, chipped, price-clipped dustjacket. 20.00

Title: His Glorious Body. First Edition in dustjacket

Author Name: NORWOOD, Robert.

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Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York / London , 1930,:

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