John Newton

John Newton John Newton (1725-1807), an Anglican pastor and hymnist, is perhaps best known as the author of the world-famous hymn, Amazing Grace, which was one of the Olney Hymns written in collaboration with William Cowper. He also wrote some important theological works.

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Faith, Spiritual Knowledge, Seeking, and True Repentance

By: John Newton

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Volume 13, Number 17 (4/24/2011, to 4/30/2011)

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Topics: SalvationApologeticsPhilosophy

A Guide to Godly Disputation

By: John Newton

A letter from one minister to another on controversy

Volume 4, Number 27 (July 10, 2002, to July 17, 2002)

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Topics: Ethics

Public Prayer

By: John Newton

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Volume 14, Number 31 (7/29/2012, to 8/4/2012)

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Topics: Christian LivingSalt and LightBiblical Theology

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