FAITH FOR A TIME OF STORM by T. C. Myers

FAITH FOR A TIME OF STORM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These sermons are identified by the author as having been preached at ""Grace Methodist Church"" of an unidentified location, and are intended for young people and for laymen who are wanting their beliefs clarified and their faith made relevant and practical for daily living. The twelve sermons range from ""Think Magnificently of God"" through those treating of Jesus Christ, the nature of man, the characteristics of the Christian life, the Bible, and the theme of the resurrection and eternal life. Illustrations are drawn from literature and from daily experience, and for the most part, aptly used. Theological matter is relevant but not over-worked. The style is communicative. The sermons represent a fairly high standard of homiletical workmanship.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1963
Publisher: Abingdon Press