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Stalker, James - Four Men 1.0
Living a Christian Life Presbyterian
9.x - 10.x
"The Four Men"
By James Stalker
In this new issue two sermons, the ninth and tenth are added. Of these the second was delivered, as the Murtle Lecture, in Aberdeen University. Aberdeen, 1913
PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION
WHEN I was in America last year, delivering the Yale Lectures on Preaching, I preached "The "Four Men " on Sunday morning, April I2th.in the chapel of Yale University. Mr. D. L. Moody, the evangelist, who chanced to he present, insisted on its being printed, and he sent copies, I believe, to all the students of the University. In the same irresistible way, he got me to publish "Temptation " and "Conscience," which were given as talks to the students in his own institutions at Northfield. As these are circulating in America, I have thought they might be acceptable and useful in this country also. Of the other chapters, those on " Christ and the Wants of Humanity " and " Public Spirit" were delivered in the University Chapel, Glasgow, at the academic service, March 18th. 1891, and March I3th 1892, respectively.
The way in which this book has come together has precluded any attempt at systematic teaching. My sole endeavour has been to handle a few important themes of faith and conduct in a way that may be found instructive and readable by young men.
October 3rd, I892.
I. THE FOUR MEN
IV. THE RELIGION FOR TODAY
V. CHRIST AND THE WANTS OF HUMANITY
VI. PUBLIC SPIRIT
VII. THE EVIDENCES OF RELIGION
IX. VIII. YOUTH AND AGE
THE BIBLE AS LITERATURE
X. THE RELIGIOUS FACULTY
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