St Helena Memoirs - Thomas Robson - ebook

St Helena Memoirs - Thomas Robson - ebook

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An account of a remarkable revival of religion that took place at St. Helena, during the last years of the exile of Napoleon Bonaparte, in two parts. An interesting account to which is appended the memoirs of a young officer of the Royal Navy who died at St. Helena, 17th December, 1820, aged 21 years.

It is in this section that the writer makes reference to the spiritual state of Napoleon Bonaparte who was a dedicated Roman Catholic at this point. It was during this time that he wrote of his comments on the New Testament and the person of Christ, who he venerated with sincerity and reverence. Though he was known to pray to Jesus Christ we are unsure whether he possessed 'saving faith.' Format: pdf, 140pp
Book Title St Helena Memoirs - Thomas Robson - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
An account of a remarkable revival of religion that took place at St. Helena, during the last years of the exile of Napoleon Bonaparte, in two parts. An interesting account to which is appended the memoirs of a young officer of the Royal Navy who died at St. Helena, 17th December, 1820, aged 21 years.

It is in this section that the writer makes reference to the spiritual state of Napoleon Bonaparte who was a dedicated Roman Catholic at this point. It was during this time that he wrote of his comments on the New Testament and the person of Christ, who he venerated with sincerity and reverence. Though he was known to pray to Jesus Christ we are unsure whether he possessed 'saving faith.' Format: pdf, 140pp

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