Van Mastricht, Petrus
Octavius Winslow has long been highly regarded for his warm engagement of biblical truth. In The Glory of the Redeemer, Winslow delivers a devotional Christology that will excite the believer’s soul. He examines the person and work of Christ: tracing Jesus’s glory from the eternal existence of His divine nature, through the Old Testament types and shadows His humiliation and exaltation in the New Testament, even up to and including His second coming. Read Winslow’s treatment of our great redeemer and see how good theology naturally leads to hearty doxology!
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Octavius Winslow (1808–1878) was born in London, England, and raised in New York. He was ordained as a pastor in 1833 and held pastorates in New York, Leamington Spa, Bath, and Brighton. A prolific author, his devotional writings exhibit his Reformed, experiential convictions and distinctive, warm, ardent style.
“Octavius Winslow is always full of Christ-centered, experiential substance. In The Glory of the Redeemer, he is particularly warm and majestic when focusing on the exaltation of our worthy, inimitable Savior. Here is devotional writing at its best—providing food in abundance for the mind and soul of the Christian who relishes glorifying the Christ.” — Joel R. Beeke, president, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
“Octavius Winslow’s pen produced doctrine on fire aimed at everyday life. The Glory of the Redeemer will stir your affections, inspire your amazement, and ignite your desire to follow Jesus with all of your heart. Read and experience God’s glory revealed in the face of Christ.” — Tanner G. Turley, author of Heart to Heart: Octavius Winslow’s Experimental Preaching