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Author: Henry Drummond Narrator: Pamela Garelick Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: January 2006 ISBN: 9781455178636
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World-renowned Scottish evangelist Henry Drummond was a professor of the natural sciences as well as a missionary and world-lecturer. His penetrating scientific mind enabled him to tackle with acuity topics as ambitious as the way to become like Christ. This is the topic of Drummond’s seminal address, “The Changed Life,” a staple of the legacy that, according to Drummond’s biographer, “changed the spiritual climate of his half-century.”

This essay is grouped under the following topics: “The Changed Life,” “Formula of Sanctification,” ”The Alchemy of Influence,” and “The First Experiment.” Now, with this audio production, these beautiful and deeply moving reflections can once again be enjoyed as originally intended: as an oral sermon designed to inspire a positive change within the listener.

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About the Author

Henry Drummond (1851–1897), Scottish theologian and biologist was born at Stirling. He studied at Edinburgh, and in 1884 he became professor of Natural Science at the Free Church College in Glasgow. He traveled in the Rocky Mountains, Central Africa, Japan, Australia, etc. Works include Natural Law in the Spiritual World, The Ascent of Man, and Tropical Africa.

About the Narrator

Pamela Garelick was born in England. She acted in fringe theater there before coming to the United States, where she has worked as a voice-over artist in television and radio and as an audiobook narrator. Now living and working in Greece, she records, translates, and edits voice-overs from all over the world as well as narrating audiobooks in a small studio in her Mediterranean garden. She also paints silk clothing, bakes for the local cafés, and teaches newcomers the Greek language.