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Baker The Supremacy of God in Preaching - Slightly Imperfect

From one of this generation's most loved minister's comes that addresses an often overlooked characteristic of the preacher: his piety. Countless book teach minister's the skills of crafting a sermon, but none address this topic.

The Supremacy of God in Preaching describes how piety energized the preaching of revivalist Jonathan Edwards and legendary preacher Charles Spurgeon. The piety they practiced ignited their own love for Christ, compelling them to proclaim the Gospel while urgently calling upon their hearers to accept Jesus Christ as Lord. Their piety, Piper avers, was the foundation of their ministry and Piper eagerly makes the case that minister's today should emulate them.
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