Christian life 1960- -- See Christian life --subdivision Religious life under classes of persons, e.g. Christian women--Religious life
Christian life -- 1960-. : The true spiritual religion, or Delightful service of the Lord, with fear, solely due and acceptable unto the most holy and glorious God, as distinguished from idolatrous heathenism, legal Judaism, and lofty Pharisaism [electronic resource] : in two discourses, on the address of Christ's ministers, to the enemies of His Kingdom. ... To which is added, a discourse upon the true and unfeigned repentance of Job ... By Lambertus De Ronde, Minister of the Protestant Dutch Church, at New-York. [One line of Scripture text].
Christian life -- Baptist authors -- Early works to 1800. : Purity of Christian communion recommended as an antidote against the perils of the latter days, [electronic resource] : in three discourses, Delivered to a Church of Christ in Richmond Court, Edinburgh. To which is added an appendix, containing some thoughts on the weekly celebration of the Lord's supper, and on the nature and tendency of Human Standards of Religion.
Christian life -- Biblical teaching -- Sermons. : The practical improvement of the watchman's answer [electronic resource] : to the question, what of the night? A sermon preached to the Society which support the Wednesday's Evening Lecture in Great Eastcheap, January 1, 1752. And Published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D.
Christian life -- Biography. : A True relation, of the life & death of Sarah Beckwith, [electronic resource] : daughter of Marmaduke and Elizabeth Beckwith, of Audbrough near Massham in York-shire; who in about the twentieth year of her age departed this life, the 24th. day of the 9th. month, 1691.
Christian life -- Church of England authors. : Twelve discourses upon the law and the Gospel [electronic resource] : Preached at St. Dunstan's church in the West, London. By W. Romaine, M. A. Lecturer of the said Church. .
Christian life -- Controversial literature. : A word of advertisement & advice to the godly in Scotland [electronic resource] / by a Scotch man, and a cordiall vvelwisher to the interests of the godly in Scotland, both in civils and spirituals.