Practice of Piety
This work is a translation of Lewis Bayly’s Practice of Piety: Directing a Christian How to Walk that He May Please God, attributed to John Eliot. English clergyman Lewis Bayly was best known for this Christian devotional, which was first printed in London in 1611. A standard religious text for many Puritans, Practice of Piety was reprinted more than seventy times before 1800, and the work was translated into numerous languages, including Algonquian. Eliot’s translation of Bayly’s work is greatly abridged.
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