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Brewer, G. C - Christ Crucified Book of Sermons
New Testament Theology Eschatalogy (Endtimes) Christology Church of Christ Jesus Studies Sermons/Outlines
G. C. Brewer
9.x - 10.x
A BOOK OF SERMONS
TOGETHER WITH A
Lecture on Evolution
Delivered in the First Baptist Church Auditorium,
Fort Worth, Texas, September 18th—
October 2nd, 1927
G. C. BREWER
Author of “James Warden,” “The Immortality of the Soul,”
“The Model Church,” “Is the Church of Christ
a Denomination?” etc., etc.
CHRISTIAN LEADER CORPORATION
G. C. BREWER
This Book of Sermons By G. C. Brewer Includes The Following:
CHAPTER II.---Christ the Gift of God’s Love
CHAPTER III.---Christ in Prophecy.
CHAPTER IV.---Christ the Man of Sorrows
CHAPTER V.---Christ the Friend of Sinners
CHAPTER VI.---Christ Our Mediator
CHAPTER VII.---Christ the Christian’s High Priest
CHAPTER VIII.---Christ’s Blood: How It Saves Us
CHAPTER IX.---Christ on Trial or What Shall I Do With Jesus?
CHAPTER X.---Christ the Christian’s Creed
CHAPTER XI.---Christ Saves the Believer,
Or What Does It Mean to Believe in Christ?
CHAPTER XII.---Christ’s Bride—The Church
CHAPTER XIII.---The Gospel Paul Preached
CHAPTER XIV.---The Immovable Kingdom
CHAPTER XV.---Where Are the Dead?
CHAPTER XVI.---Heaven:What Will It Be to Be There?
CHAPTER XVII.---In Memoriam
Grover Cleveland Brewer (1884–1956) was among the most famous 20th-century leaders
in the Churches of Christ. "G. C." Brewer was named for U.S. President Grover Cleveland.
Brewer is generally known by his initials. He was born in Giles County, Tennessee; he died
in Searcy, Arkansas, on June 9, 1956. He was an author, preacher, and teacher, serving on
the faculty of Lipscomb University (then known as David Lipscomb College). His persuasive
rhetoric and passionate oratory have been noted along with his uncanny ability to define
mainstream biblical doctrine in the mid-20th Century. (His brother, Dr. Charles R. Brewer,
was also a notable preacher and a teacher at David Lipscomb University, where to this day
a bell tower stands in his honor.)
G. C. Brewer was no stranger to controversy, challenging Catholicism and Communism
directly and debating frequently; yet he also demonstrated a willingness to change his
views, especially those regarding the doctrine of grace.