The Modern Martyr and Other Writings by Timothy East

“These writings by Timothy East were first published in England in a journal called “Spirit and Manners of the Age”. “The author is the same who prepared the Evangelical Rambler, which has been received with so much favor. We have collected the series as far as it went, in this small volume, and have added to it such other selections from the same work, as appeared to us peculiarly useful and important. We are confident, that it all tends to the interest of pure and undefiled religion.” — From the original publisher.

Timothy East (1817-1892) was the writer of the famous “Evangelical Rambler” which was later republished under the title “The Sheepfold and the Common.”

Level of Difficulty: Primer: No subject matter knowledge needed.

Book Contents

  • The Modern Martyr
  • The History Of Mr. Linger.
  • Miss Hutchinson.
  • On The Loss Of Temper, Compared With Other Losses.
  • Gaming.
  • Death Of A Gambler.
  • On Candor.
  • On The Causes Which Increase The Prejudices Of Worldly Men Against Religion.
  • Suicide.
  • The Sacrifice Of Moloch
  • On The Love Of Singularity.
  • Hints Of Advice Addressed To Mr. Linger.
  • On Anger.
  • On Idleness.
  • A Rich Poor Man.
  • A Poor Rich Man.
  • Dew An Emblem Of Conversion.
  • Heaven.
  • Dupes.

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Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2021
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
Timothy East
(1817-1892)

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