A Discourse Concerning Old Age

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A discourse concerning old age; tending to the instruction, caution and comfort of aged persons.

Though not a popular subject, the serious consideration of aging is one of supreme importance in every stage and condition of life. This never-before-reprinted, long-sought-after title is recommended to the reader in the following descriptive terms: Biblical, God-glorifying, insightful, practical, challenging, thought-provoking, wise, evangelical, edifying, convicting, humbling, sin-exposing, pithy, urgent, experimental, preparational, succinct, and not without an occasional display of humor.

The author, Richard Steele (1629–1692), was a nonconformist theologian.


Sprinkle Publications, hardback, 226 pages.

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