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SAMUEL RUTHERFORD AND HIS FRIENDS, COOK, F- A man may be known by the company he keeps. In this new work, Rutherford's friends are called in to give us a fresh look at the man who has long been held in such high esteem by Christian people around the world. Faith Cook first traces how, in the troubled and controversial days in which Rutherford lived, he learned that "God has many flowers, but the fairest of them all is heaven, and the flower of all flowers is Christ." Although short Biographies form the bulk of this book, its primary aim is to cast further light on Rutherford's genius. 157 pp.