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Author: William Wilberforce
ISBN: 0739479873
ISBN13: 978-0739479872
Publisher: Regal Books (2006)
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Bob is the author of fifteen books, including the novels Lilith Redeemed, Somewhere Fast, and She Loves You, the bestselling Daily Disciplines for the Christian Man, and an update of William Wilberforce's Real Christianity, published in conjunction with the film Amazing Grace. He blogs at bobbeltz. com on faith and culture, co-hosts the weekly radio program You Get the Blessing, and is a sought-after speaker and teacher.

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40 quotes from William Wilberforce: 'You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know. So we will do them anyway. and 'If to be feelingly alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.

William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was a British politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade. A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he began his political career in 1780, eventually becoming an independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Yorkshire (1784–1812). In 1785, he became an evangelical Christian, which resulted in major changes to his lifestyle and a lifelong concern for reform.

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William Wilberforce (1759-1833) campaigned for the abolition of the British slave trade. He was an MP, a Christian writer and a social reformer. In 1789, following his conversion to Christianity, Wilberforce became the voice in Parliament of the Abolition Movement; joining campaigners such as the Quakers, Thomas Clarkson and the former enslaved African Olaudah Equiano. For Wilberforce the slave trade was a sin for which Britain had to repent or be damned. It took twenty years to end the British trade in enslaved people and almost thirty more before slavery itself became illegal

William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was a British politician, a philanthropist and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade. A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he be.

William Wilberforce (24 August 1759 – 29 July 1833) was a British politician, a philanthropist and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade. A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he b. .gan his political career in 1780 and became the independent Member of Parliament for Yorkshire (1784–1812). In 1785, he underwent a conversion experience and became an evangelical Christian, resulting in major changes to his lifestyle and a lifelong concern for reform

Wilberforce’s motivations are crystal clear from his own book A Practical View of Christianity (1797)

Slavery throughout history. As conservative black economist Thomas Sowell points out in the Slavery chapter in Black Rednecks and White Liberals, slavery has been around all over the world for most of its history. Wilberforce’s motivations are crystal clear from his own book A Practical View of Christianity (1797).

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That handful included William Wilberforce. Yet Wilberforce had political ambitions and, with his connections, managed to win election to Parliament in 1780, where he formed a lasting friendship with William Pitt, the future prime minister

That handful included William Wilberforce. This would have surprised those who knew Wilberforce as a young man. He grew up surrounded by wealth. He was a native of Hull and educated at St. John's College at Cambridge. Yet Wilberforce had political ambitions and, with his connections, managed to win election to Parliament in 1780, where he formed a lasting friendship with William Pitt, the future prime minister. But he later admitted, "The first years in Parliament I did nothing-nothing to any purpose. My own distinction was my darling object.

A paraphrase in modern English of A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians in the Higer and Middle Classes in This Country, Contrasted with Real Christianity.
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Frostdefender
I recommend the 2006 version written by Bob Beltz. It was rewritten in modern English. Very well done, a most enjoyable read.
After listening to the biography of William Wilberforce I became interested in reading this spiritual book he wrote. At first he was not able to pass legislation to end slavery in the British empire because the spiritual condition of the nation. This book spread like a wildfire across the nation and the hearts of many people were turned to God and eventually legislation was passed to outlaw slavery. I highly recommend this book to everyone.
Rrd
This book is so timely for this day and age. Hard to believe it was written back in the 1700s
Nidor
This is a FANTASTIC read...very challenging and surprisingly relevant considering it was written well of a century ago. Highly recommend it
ladushka
Powerful book updated to more modern language that makes it much easier to read.
Auridora
Braveheart? This man was the true living man behind it all...This was written in a way we can totally "get" it. So, applicable and thought-provoking.
Vertokini
Hard hitting and to the point. It is a book worth reading that presents insights from a different age that are still relevant today. Not a book to be read lightly or read without consideration. Wilberforce was a man who did so much to make the world a better place, and not just his efforts to stop slavery. A remarkable man that doesn't get enough credit.
Vudojar
This is very applicable to us now in 2015. A wake up call to our nation and the church.

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quick delivery, good price, but the pages were stuck together a little bit. Still reading it, I feel it is getting somewhat redundant.
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