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Horne, Charles Silvester - The Romance of Preaching (1914 Yale Lectures on Preaching)
Church History Pastoral Theology of Preaching
Horne, Charles Silvester
9.x - 10.x
This book is the 1914 Yale Lectures on Preaching by Silvester Horne, he actually died three days after delivering these messages, his wife says in the preface...
To many of my husband’s friends these lectures will come with a special message. They were much on his mind and heart, and before leaving England he spent many hours in their preparation. His affection for the American people has always been strong, and when the invitation came to him to deliver the Divinity Lectures at Yale University, he felt that it was an honour impossible to refuse, though the need for a complete rest was overwhelming. Into their delivery he put all the fire and enthusiasm that were so characteristic of him, and the testimony on all sides was that never before had the lecturer so gripped his audience, and so won all by his personality. Afterwards many of those who had heard him wrote to say how wonderful had been the help and uplift, and how in difficult places they would gain constant inspiration from his words.
Three days after the last lecture he was called suddenly to the presence of the Master whom he served so faithfully. My earnest hope is, that his last message may still cheer and help many of his brother ministers whom he loved so well, and for whom he gave his best.
Katharine M. Horne
I. The Servant of the Spirit
II. The First of the Prophets
III. The Apostolic Age
IV. The Royalty of the Pulpit: Athanasius and Chrysostom
V. The Rulers of Peoples: Savonarola, Calvin and John Knox
VI. The Founders of Freedom: John Robinson and the Pilgrim Fathers
VII. The Passion of Evangelism: Wesley and Whitefield
VIII. The Romance of Modern Preaching