Henri Abraham Caesar Malan – Week 26 Chapbook Chart 2021

The two conversations are of men with different characters. The first one, called Old Man, was confident of being a Christian and going to heaven, because he was generally a good person. The second man called Old William, was convinced of his corrupt nature and so trusted in Christ for his salvation, but was plagued by thoughts of past unworthiness. “Happy are those who, while journeying here, are enabled to look to the Savior. Old age has no terrors for them.”

Henri Abraham Caesar Malan (1787–1864), was born in Geneva, Switzerland and educated at Geneva College. He was ordained into ministry in 1810. He married the following year. But it wasn’t until 1814 that he received the truth of Jesus Christ, the message that he had been preaching. Henri preached against formalism of the church and spiritual apathy. In 1820 he built his own chapel to be separate from the National Church of Geneva. He received the Doctor of Divinity from the University of Glasgow in 1826. Besides books and tracts, he wrote hymns, both words and music. He was the father of Solomon Caesar Malan, an accomplished linguist.

1 – The Two Old Men – Caesar Malan, Religious Tract Society (Curiosmith, 2016)

2 – Upon an Icy Peak – Noah Patterson (Independently published, 2020)

3 – Ethereality – Libby L. Taylor (Independently published, 2020)

4 – Dark Astral: Grim & Perilous Chapbook – Daniel D Fox (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2020)

5 – In The Garden Of Paradise – Mir H. S. Quadri (Independently published, 2021)

6 – A Voice in the Wilderness – Justin Farley (Independently published, 2020)

7 – Night Animals – Yusef Komunyakaa, Rachel Bliss (Sarabande Books, 2011)

8 – Elegiac – Charles Seluzicki (Carnegie-Mellon University Press, 2021)

9 – Thalassophile – Abigayle Goldstein and Sima Ijadi (Swimming with Elephants Publications, 2019)

10 – The Rivers We Cry – Sue Nyakubaya-Nhevera (Independently published, 2020)

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