John H. Hundley (1796-1881) spent most of his life in the area of Mooresville, Limestone County, Alabama. Once a member of the Presbyterian Church, his open-minded study of the Scriptures – along with the influence of Walter Scott’s journal The Evangelist – led him to be immersed into Christ and help found the church of Christ in Mooresville.
In The Plan of Salvation, Hundley endeavored to present the gospel message about how a sinner can be saved from his sin. Originally published in 1858, this material explains how people obeyed the gospel in the first century, how they needed to do so in the 19th century, and how we must do so today.
Type: Paperback, perfect bound
Page count: 100 pages
Dimensions: 5.5″ x 8.5″