When Arthur W. Pink arrived on the shores of Circular Quay in March 1925, he had a worthy desire to be the Lord's vessel in this new land. Despite a promising start, over the next three years, Pink was to face an antagonism held by many towards God's sovereignty on one side and towards man's responsibility on the other. Being labelled as being both a hyper-Calvinist, and a Free-Willer, this volume will contain many of the sermons that Pink gave whilst in Australia and will reflect his pastoral concerns during the time.
Being fully indexed, edited, and itemised by Brett Lee-Price, this work will also contain a prefatory biography by Geoff Thomas, formerly minister of Alfred Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth, Wales.
This Title Has Been Postponed to 24 May 2021.