William Law (1686-1761) was an ordained Anglican and a theological writer.
The full title of this work is, "An Humble, Earnest and Affectionate Address to the Clergy", and this is from the introduction:
Aside from the scriptures, this writing of William Law is among the most spiritually influential of all literary compositions. Men like Charles Wesley, George Whitefield, William Wilberforce, Henry Venn, Thomas Scott, Andrew Murray, and Watchman Nee were a few of the untold thousands who were directly or indirectly influenced by it. That impact is still felt today.
Of all William law's writings, we consider his "Affectionate Address to the Clergy" to be the most important. In it he sets forth what he considered the most urgent need of the 17th century Church. If you take the time to read it, I am sure you will conclude, as we have, that this address still speaks to our most pressing need.
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