Tongues Aflame Paperback
Learning to Preach from the Apostles
by Roger Wagner; Wagner Roger;
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Roger Wagner sets out to give you the insights you need. He first looks at the characteristics of New Testament preaching and then looks in more detail at 10 sermons preached in Acts by Peter (3), Paul (6) and Stephen. An appendix deals with how to preach to the modern, pluralist, materialist, pagan society we live in.
Dissatisfied with your sermons? You too could preach like an Apostle!
From the introduction by Roger Wagner:
"You are already accustomed to using the scriptures for the content of your messages. Now I am calling you to examine the way the sermons in Acts can give you insights into how to shape the form of your messages. Let the apostolic preachers be your examples of how to deliver sermons that will be powerful and effective."
"Preachers dissatisfied with archaic, ingrown traditionalism and with relativistic contextualization will find in Tongues Aflame a biblical alternative that is faithful to Scripture, challenging, and stimulating in its passionate confidence that preaching as Peter, Stephen, and Paul did will advance Christ's reign of grace this century as it did in the first."
Dennis E. Johnson, Ph.D. Academic Dean and Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California
Tongues Aflame by Roger Wagner; Wagner Roger was published by Christian Focus Publications in November 2004 and is our 54258th best seller. The ISBN for Tongues Aflame is 9781857929652.
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Details for Tongues Aflame
|Author / Artist||Roger Wagner; Wagner Roger|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (November 2004)|
|Number of Pages||384|
|Page last updated||21st July 2017|