The Homiletic Review

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  • Author : Anonim
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  • Pages : 123 pages
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The Homiletic Review, Vol. 79

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 79
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Forgotten Books
  • Release : 17 October 2016
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 79: An International Magazine of Religion, Theology, and Philosophy; From January to June, 1920 The natural result is that speakers are apt to give their hearers what they want. They take the line of least resistance and say what will arouse the enthusiasm of the people before them, and they get their quick reward. They are popular at once. There is a high tide of emotion as they proceed to tell what everybody there already thinks,

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 82

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 82
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  • Publisher : Forgotten Books
  • Release : 25 October 2017
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 82: An International Magazine of Religion, Theology and Philosophy; From July to December, 1921 Which is to say that the fourth evangelist seeks to express his rever ence for the sacraments by the golden virtue of silence than by the silvern one of speech. He believes in a sacra mental principle that is pervasive rather than incidental. The rite is subordinate to the principle. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 75

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 75
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  • Release : 24 January 2018
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 75: An International Magazine of Religion, Theology, and Philosophy; From January to June, 1918 The Rev. Worth M. Tippy, Executive Secretary of Commission on the Church and Social Service, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work,

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 40

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 40
  • Author : I. K. Funk
  • Publisher : Forgotten Books
  • Release : 20 January 2018
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 40: From July to December, 1900 N 0 subject received greater attention than the self-support of the native churches. The experience of three generations has left a pro found conviction that if we are to look for great expansion, if the spread Of the Gospel and Christian institutions is to overtake the growth of population, if the sanguine hope for the evangelization of the world in this generation is even to approach its fulfilment, there must be

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 80

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 80
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  • Publisher : Forgotten Books
  • Release : 15 December 2017
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 80: An International Magazine of Religion, Theology, and Philosophy; From July to December, 1920 There we seem to see the beginning of a common creed about Christ as the early Christians chanted it. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 28

The Homiletic Review, Vol. 28
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  • Release : 19 December 2017
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Excerpt from The Homiletic Review, Vol. 28: From July to December, 1894 It is exceedingly diflicult to make anything like a satisfactory classification of the schools of theological and religious thought flour ishing in Protestant Germany. All shades and shapes of theological isms, from the most pronounced advocacy of the orthodoxy of the seventeenth century, both Lutheran and Reformed, to the most neo logical criticism of both Scriptures and positive theology are found, and the demarcation lines are frequently hard to