Great Sermons Of The World Hardback

by Clarence E. MacCartney;

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Great Sermons Of The World

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Return to the eloquence that makes preaching both a noble calling and a stirring art with Great Sermons of the World. This work features the sermons of twenty-five of the greatest preachers to ever proclaim the gospel, as well as a biographical sketch of each sermonizer. See how masterful preachers reasoned with sinners, encouraged the righteous, and articulated soaring, eloquent praises to their Savior. They altered history and compelled whole countries to pursue God.

• Martin Luther—He withstood church authorities to defend the supremacy of the Scriptures, launched the mighty protest of the Reformation, and told fellow preachers to "get up freshly, open your mouth widely, be done quickly."

• Jonathan Edwards—This colonial preacher's descriptions of hell were interrupted because the distressed crowds were crying too hard to hear him.

• Charles Spurgeon—At age 22, this Victorian Englishman was the most popular preacher in the world, with church attendance numbering 6,000 every week—before the invention of the microphone.

Join these and twenty-two other heroes of the pulpit as they proclaim Christian thought through the centuries.

Great Sermons Of The World by Clarence E. MacCartney was published by Hendrickson in November 2005 and is our 49826th best seller. The ISBN for Great Sermons Of The World is 9781565638761.

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Details for Great Sermons Of The World

Page last updated 12th May 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formathardback
PublisherHendrickson (November 2005)
Number of Pages416
Thickness39 mm
Height235 mm
Width153 mm
Product Code117664
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