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This gifted preacher has written a book that will challenge any preacher, encourage a return to genuine exposition, and motivate Christians to settle for nothing less than true biblical preaching. This book is nothing less than a theological tonic for the times.
-R. Albert Mohler, Jr., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
The downward slope of preaching in America is leaving followers of Jesus undernourished in an increasingly challenging day! If the Word of God is the true food of our souls and the light to our paths, then a return to the relevant exposition from the pulpit is desperately needed.
-Joseph M. Stowell, Moody Bible Institute
I wholeheartedly concur that there is a famine in the land, as Steven Lawson passionately argues. I also believe with all my heart that the single most important resolution to this precedented contemporary thirst and hunger is to be found in Famine in the Land. Therefore, I commend this work as another needed aid in bringing a new reformation and revival in our times.
-Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
With evident passion, and expositional precision, my good friend Steven Lawson has given us a fresh treatment of a timeless subject for an ever-present need in the pulpits of our land. Every pastor must read this book if he intends to "Preach the Word."
-Stephen F. Olford, The Stephen Olford Center for Biblical Preaching