IN THE MINISTER'S WORKSHOP by Halford E. Luccock

IN THE MINISTER'S WORKSHOP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is primarily a book for Protestant ministers, designed to help them in the craftsmanship of preaching. Dr. Luccock is noted for his fresh approach to religious truth and for a style filled with pungent and epigrammatic speech which leaves burrs sticking in the mind. This book not only brings to preachers suggestions on how their sermonizing might be improved but is replete with quotations, illustrations, and novel phrasing of old truths which will start many a minister off on new trains of thought for sermons to come. All those interested in how a message may best be presented would profit by a reading of this volume, while laymen who suppose that a minister needs but turn on the spigot to have a sermon flow forth, will be led to new appreciation of the work that is behind the sermon of every conscientious minister.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury