Coe, Edward B. Life Indeed. New York &c.: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1899. First Edition. 
Green publisher's cloth, gilt titles & decoration, top page edge gilt, 7 1/4 x 5 inches, "1899" in ink on the tp. 267 pp., underlining in several of the essays. The table of contents has the Bible verse the chapter refers to written next to it. Good. Hardcover.
A series of evangelical essays with such titles as A Lost Faith, God Wrestling with Man, The Restoring of Souls, The Work of God, Putting on Christ, The Practical Man's Mistakes, &c.
Edward Benton Coe (1842-1914), Connecticut-born clergyman, educated at Yale (1862) and Union Theological Seminary (1863). Coe served as Street Professor of Modern Languages at Yale (1864-1879), was ordained by the Reformed Church in America (1879), and became the minister of the Fifth Avenue Collegiate Church that same year. He served as trustee of several colleges, including Rutgers and Columbia University.