SALUTE THY SOUL by Clarence E. Macartney


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During his life the late Dr. McCartney, perhaps the best-known preacher of his denomination, Presbyterian, wrote some 40 books in the field of religion, most of them collections of sermons. This new and last book contains the heart of his interpretation of the gospel. Its general theme is the value God sets upon a man's soul, and Dr. McCartney deals effectively with such basic concepts of the Christian faith as the Atonement, the power of God, God's judgment and mercy, and the revelation of God in Christ. These are evangelical sermons of the ""old-fashioned"" type, but they are written with conviction and vigor, and will doubtless be received with warm welcome by many Protestant Christians already familiar with the author's earlier volumes.

Publisher: Abingdon