• Doug

    I love the quote, “A mist in the pulpit is a fog in the pew.“~C.H. Spurgeon. Prof Hendricks used to say that all the time. In fact that caused me to read this summary of the book. I was all on board with the 3 main points until I read how inspiration was defined. Suddenly Charles Spurgeon vanished and Charles Finney appeared. Remember Charles Finney? He was coined the father of the second great awakening. However, he admitted he would do whatever it would take to get a profession/confession especially manipulate the conscience, emotions, feelings! This had a detrimental effect on evangelicals his theology was and is atrocious. Just preach the Word. The sheep will be hungry. Want help? how about pray. http://www.challies.com/resources/the-preachers-cheat-sheet

  • pr.JohnZziwa

    I have been touched with this classic material.My sermon output is undoutedly going to improve.