MINISTERIAL ETHICS AND TIQUETTE by Nolan R. armon

MINISTERIAL ETHICS AND TIQUETTE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a book which offers a manual of conduct for ministers. It deals with the practical problems which every minister confronts. How to keep his intellectual and ritual life aglow, how to keep fit physically, how to be a family man as well as What about his duty as a citizen? Is he to mix in politics? What about his relations with his brother ministers: Is pastoral calling essential? The book gives valuable for the conduct of public worship, funerals and marriages. The author has studied codes for ministerial conduct as the various denominations have drawn up. He has also the opinions of some 50 leading pastors. This is a good book for theologicals and young ministers, for it gives them the advice of men who have had to learn the way what to do and what not to do in the Protestant ministry.

Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury