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Living Pulpit of the Christian Church

The Living Pulpit of the Christian Church

Edited by W.T. Moore. (1868)

This is a collection of 28 sermons by those who were at the time still alive and preaching (hence the title, “The Living Pulpit…”).  Unfortunately, one of the authors passed away while the book was being prepared.  Each sermon is preceded by a biographical sketch of the preacher.  The biographical sketches are interesting in and of themselves, because you have quotes like this (bold font mine):

“As a speaker, he is clear, pointed, earnest, and impressive. He is very choice in his selection of words, and generally says the right thing in the right way. He has scarcely enough passion for an orator, and his voice, though well modulated, and perfectly under his control, has not sufficient volume for fine effect. His gesticulation is graceful, and his manner pleasing, but his preaching is better adapted to a select audience than the masses. He is an excellent pastor, but does not succeed so well as an Evangelist.

Authors in this work include:

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The Living Pulpit of the Christian Church

Edited by W.T. Moore. (1868)

This is a collection of 28 sermons by those who were at the time still alive and preaching (hence the title, "The Living Pulpit..."). Unfortunately, one of the authors passed away while the book was being prepared. Each sermon is preceded by a biographical sketch of the preacher. The biographical sketches are interesting in and of themselves, because you have quotes like this (bold font mine):

"As a speaker, he is clear, pointed, earnest, and impressive. He is very choice in his selection of words, and generally says the right thing in the right way. He has scarcely enough passion for an orator, and his voice, though well modulated, and perfectly under his control, has not sufficient volume for fine effect. His gesticulation is graceful, and his manner pleasing, but his preaching is better adapted to a select audience than the masses. He is an excellent pastor, but does not succeed so well as an Evangelist."

Authors in this work include:
J.W. McGarvey (author of Jesus and Jonah, Short Essays in Biblical Criticism, A Guide to Bible Study, and Treatise on the Eldership)
Benjamin Franklin (author of The Gospel Preacher, volume 1 and volume 2)
H.T. Anderson (Who translated the New Testament twice: his original, and his second translation based on Sinaiticus)
J.S. Lamar (author of The Inductive Method of Bible Interpretation)
Moses E. Lard, and
Robert Milligan (author of The Great Commission of Jesus Christ to His Twelve Apostles)
and others.

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
THE GOOD CONFESSION
JESUS OF NAZARETH IS THE THEANTHROPOS
ATONEMENT
JESUS THE FIRST AND THE LAST
RECONCILIATION
CHRIST'S PRECIOUS INVITATION
WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED?
THE CONDITION OF THE GOSPEL REASONABLE
REGENERATION
CHRIST'S CONVERSATION WITH NICODEMUS
BAPTISM--ITS ACTION, SUBJECT, AND DESIGN
BAPTISM ESSENTIAL TO SALVATION
THE MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
THE WITNESS OF THE SPIRIT
THE CHURCH--ITS IDENTITY
BUILDING ON THE ONE FOUNDATION
THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF THE CHRISTIAN
THE PRIESTHOOD OF CHRIST
THE HISTORY OF REDEMPTION REPRODUCED IN THE REDEEMED
DEATH AND LIFE
THE LOVE OF GOD
GLORYING IN THE CROSS ONLY
THE LAW OF PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT
CONSCIENCE AND CHRISTIANITY
THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
FAITH AND SIGHT
RETRIBUTION
THE JUDGMENT TO COME

Author:William Moore
Platforms:Windows 8
Category:Topx-l
Date:January 14, 2015