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Some living masters of the pulpit

studies in religious personality

by Joseph Fort Newton

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Published by George H. Doran company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian biography.,
  • Preaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Fort Newton ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1700 .N4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii p., 2 l., 17-261 p.
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6653730M
    LC Control Number23007118
    OCLC/WorldCa1355088

      The proposer, Dr. John Piper, is a prominent evangelical preacher in the United States, who began to popularise his views in with the publication of his book, Desiring God. In this he maintains that delighting in God is the pivotal issue in the Christian walk; the central and the most important part of the life of faith.   [note: Voyle Glover is the author of Fundamental Seduction, The Jack Hyles Case, pub. ] The book, Profaned Pulpit: The Jack Schaap Story by Jerry D. Kaifetz, Ph. D., reads much like an indictment, and I found it more the story of a system that churned out men like Schaap by the thousands. Jack Schaap happened to stumble his way into the pulpit of the First Baptist Church of Hammond, .

    Located only miles from beaches, mountains, the desert and Los Angeles, and ranked among one of California's safest cities, Santa Clarita may just be the perfect place to attend school. Nestled away in Placerita Canyon, The Master's University allows for endless opportunities for students, combining a small town feel with a big city experience. The phrase is taken from the wont of slaves to stand in their masters' presence, waiting for commands. It is also applied to courtiers (Proverbs ) and royal councilors (1 Kings ), to angels and to prophets (1 Kings ; 2 Kings ). Jeremiah was by God's will to find a new and important mission to the Jews with Gedaliah.

    (1) Be not many mastersBetter, teachers, which meaning was conveyed by "masters" when the English Bible was first published. The condemnation is of those who appoint themselves, and are as "blind leaders of the blind" (Matthew ).No man had a right to exercise the sacred functions of the appointed masters in Israel (see Note on John ), and none might take the honour of the. [2.] Ministers, when they go to the pulpit, should take their Bibles with them; Ezra did so; thence they must fetch their knowledge, and according to that rule they must speak and must show that they do so. See 2 Chr. (2.) He opened the book with great reverence and solemnity, in the sight of all the people, v. 5. He brought it forth with.


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