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By: Tucker, Henry H.
Publisher: Appomattox, Virginia, SBSS: 2016
Seller ID: 68
In 1868, J. B. Lippincott & Co. published a small volume entitled The Gospel in Enoch, which excited much attention by its originality. Dr. Henry Tucker's style of writing is polished and scholarly, racy, manly, pungent and strongly Saxon, and, like his thoughts, logical and lucid. It never wearies, but always enchains and sparkles. His manner of speaking is bold, candid, and fearless. He is a logician by nature as well as by culture. This is a reprint of that book. A scripture index has been added. View more info
Publisher: Spout Spring, VA, Society for Biblical and Southern Studies: 2006
Seller ID: 47
Dr. Wyeth was an early biographer of General Nathan Bedford Forrest and before that was a Confederate Soldier. The pages in this book turn the light of truth on John Brown, exposing his terrorism for all to see. Brown was a vicious crook, a consummate thief and heartless murderer. This American terrorist has been made into a messianic figure by the politically correct crowd, but Wyeth exposes him once for all. H. Rondel Rumburg wrote an introduction and afterward to this book. R. E. Lee said of Brown that he “was … a fanatic or madman….” There is a biographical sketch of Wyeth by ... View more info