A series of sermons that George Adam Smith first preached from the pulpit at the United Free Church in Aberdeen, Scotland. Includes topics of Sins, Hope, The Good Samaritan, Free Will and other sermons.
About the Author
Sir George Adam Smith, D.D., LL.D. (1856-1942) was born in Calcutta, India, and was raised in Leith, Scotland. He attended university at Edinburgh University, and then pursued graduate studies in Old Testament and Hebrew at New College, Leipzig and Tübingen Universities. He traveled extensively in Palestine, Syria, Transjordan, and Egypt during the years 1879-80, 1891, 1901 and 1903, garnering an encyclopedic knowledge of the languages, customs and terrain of the Holy Land. His later expeditions discovered several important Greek inscriptions in Transjordan, and inscriptions of Seti I in Egypt. He was appointed to the position of Professor of Old Testament at Free Church College at Glasgow, Scotland in 1892. In 1909, he accepted the appointment as Principal of the University of Aberdeen, which he held until 1935. He lectured frequently at churches and universities in the United States during this time, and received a knighthood in 1916. While he published several books, he is