Lights and shadows of church-life in Australia including thoughts on some things at home.

Lights and shadows of church-life in Australia including thoughts on some things at home.

London: Jackson & Walford, 1860.

Octavo, appendix, advertisement leaves; in original blind-stamped cloth.

Reflections upon the Colonial Missionary Society

With the stamp of Arthur W Piper, South Australian Supreme Court Jurist, Federationist and son of the long-serving pastor of the Adelaide district, Thomas Piper.

With the stamp of Arthur W Piper, South Australian Supreme Court Jurist, Federationist and son of the long-serving pastor of the Adelaide district, Thomas Piper.

Thomas Binney, a fervant Congregationalist minister visited Adelaide with his wife in 1860. The virtual founder of the Colonial Missionary Society, which by 1856 had supplied three quarters of the Congregationalist Ministers to the Colonies. He was a popular preacher, but his churchmanship fell foul of Augustus Short, Bishop of Adelaide who refused his permission for Binney to preach in Adelaide.

Price (AUD): $325.00  other currencies     Ref: #4108108

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