Originally published in 1921, this book contains twenty-one sermons by British theologian John Oman. Oman discusses topics such as God's acceptance of failure, appearance and reality, and the Christian method of prayer, using accessible language for theologians and lay people alike. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in theology.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.08(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.63(d)|
Table of Contents
1. The signs of the times; 2. A dying civilisation; 3. God's instrument and God's agent; 4. Rebuilding; 5. God's ideal and man's reality; 6. The light of the world; 7. A panacea; 8. A distressed mind and untroubled heart; 9. The paradox of the world; 10. The simplicity of the gospel; 11. God's failures; 12. The peacemaker and the peaceable; 13. The man and the occasion; 14. Wrong waiting for God; 15. Youth and age; 16. A name of appearance and a name of reality; 17. The length and brevity of life; 18. A ministry of sorrow; 19. Strength through weakness; 20. The fellowship and the gospel; 21. The laws of prayer.