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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2002
|Dimensions: 8.69 X 5.50 X 0.65 (inches)|
When asked to take some meetings at a conference for pastors, revered preacher and theologian, Professor John Murray stated "If Al Martin is to be there I really think he should be asked to take the three evening services you propose for me. He is one of the ablest and moving preachers I have ever heard... I have not heard his equal."
When Al Martin preaches he draws crowds to understand what God's Word has to say to them. Even those regarded as gifted preachers in their own right make time to hear him.
How is it that someone stands out in this way? Brian Borgman has painstakingly researched a book that will help other preacher's to be used more greatly for God's glory.
'Al Martin's preaching excels in bringing home God's truth to the consciences of people.'
'he is in daily life what he is in the pulpit.'
Every preacher should take the time to read Borgman's book. It is a deeply satisfying theology of preaching - more satisfying than anything else I've read... a stunning compendium of pastoral theology in a typically Martinesque reformed and puritan style that is effective and powerful in this the 21st century.
'I find Al Martin's preaching to be sound, compelling.... He cuts it straight.'
'His preaching is powerful, impassioned, exegetically solid, balanced, clear in structure, penetrating in application. His ministry is often attended by a peculiar degree of unction from the Spirit.'
'He has a fine mind and a masterful grasp of Reformed theology'