Bricknell Preaching: Its Warrant, Subject, and Effects

Bricknell Preaching: Its Warrant, Subject, and Effects is a brief 8 chapter work by Bricknell (b1806) on Preaching. He examines the warrant and object of Paul’s commission, the subject and effects of Paul’s preaching, and the conviction and consolation through preaching on the Cross of Christ. His appendices are admonitions for preachers, Sacraments versus Preaching as source of divine grace, the atonement not to held forth for conversion of impenitent, grievous misrepresentation of the views and teaching of Tractarians “Ultra-Protestant Party, and some extracts from Froude’s remains. I have not tracked down everything yet, but basically this looks to be an Anglican work dealing with “Tractarians” which would be people who attack issues in the religious environment with tracts (pamphlets).

Gordon, S.D. – Quiet Talks on Service

In Quiet Talks on Service Gordon (Congregationalist, Baptist) he presents us with meditations on our Christian Service. His chapter are person contact with Jesus or the beginning of service, the perspoective of service, the rhythm of service, the motive-power of service, the ambition of service, the golden channel of service, a hindrance to service, and sifted for service.

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