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Power in the Pulpit

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If there is a means more likely than any other under the Holy Spirit to bring about reformation and revival of true religion, it is the gift of powerful preachers. The object of the author in this booklet is to ascertain what, in its human aspect, are the conditions of power in the pulpit, and in so doing he deals with the matter of the sermon, the manner in which it ...more
Paperback, 31 pages
Published October 30th 2013 by Banner of Truth
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Henry Clay Fish was a Baptist clergyman. He studied at an academy, taught for two years in Massachusetts, and then entered the Union theological seminary in New York, where he was graduated in 1845. On the following day he was ordained pastor of the Baptist Church at Somerville, N. d., and remained there till January 1851, when he entered on the pastorate of the 1st Baptist Church in Newark, New ...more
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