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The Christian Hell
from the First to the Twentieth Century
by Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh (1858-1935)
I am including this work from Mrs. Bonner (a feminist and atheist), because she outlines the secular history of the concept of hell. Obviously she will not give us a fair shake on the Bible’s presentation of the subject, but she will educate us on secular man’s view of hell. She has added probably 30 woodcuts from ancient times depicting what they imagined hell would be like.
John Albert Broadus
On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons
By Rev. John A. Broadus, D.D., LLD.
17 th EDITION. Crown
A. C. ARMSTRONG & SON,
51 East Tenth St. , Hew York.
Keywords: Sermons, Sermon Preparation, Delivery of Sermons.
COPYRIGHT SHELDON & COMPANY 1876.
John Broadus was a Baptist theologian and preacher, and his famous work presented here on Preparation and Delivery of Sermons is a guide for young preachers in their sermon construction. One of the key points of effective preaching is in preparing the sermon correctly, and of course the delivery of sermons such that they reach into men’s hearts. Continue reading
Lectures on the History of Preaching
by John A. Broadus, D.D., LL.D.
Professor in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Greenville, SC.
In this 5 Chapter work by Broadus (Baptist), he examines the history of preaching in Bible, in the early years, in the medieval and reformation, in the French and English pulpits. Continue reading
My Brother’s Keeper
by James Alexander (1838)
Letters from James Alexander (1804—1859) to his younger brother, on the virtues and vices, the duties and dangers of youth.
The Christian Faith
By Olin Alfred Curtis
Professor of Systematic Theology
Drew Theological Seminary
In this 46 chapter Systematic Theology, Curtis (Methodist) was a pastor and then a professor at Drew University. His three divisions are Man, Christian Religion, and the System of Doctrine (Jesus Christ).
New York: Eaton & Mains. Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham
Printed Book Copyright 1905