3 edition of An act of folly found in the catalog.
An act of folly
|Statement||by L.B. Goldman|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Folly, Grace, and Power is a must-read for pastors, seminarians, and lay leaders charged with the task of preaching God’s word. This essential book is both a stern reminder of the sacredness of the awesome “job” of being a preacher, as well as a how-to that reveals the key to speaking powerfully on God’s behalf. The remaining chapters of The March of Folly involve three pivotal points: the Papal forfeiture to the Protestant Reformation, the British loss of America, and America’s political demise in Vietnam.
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This book argues that the act was a. John Koessler’s new book, Folly, Grace, and Power: The Mysterious Act of Preaching is different. Koessler’s book is about the theology of preaching. The author explains, “Our preaching has the capacity to mediate the true presence of Christ.
We display ‘the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ’ (2 Cor. )/5(13). Folly, Grace, and Power is a must-read for pastors, seminarians, and lay leaders charged with the task of preaching God's word.
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