Black preaching : select sermons in the Presbyterian tradition / edited by Robert T. Newbold, Jr. [print]

Contributor(s): Newbold, Robert T, 1920-Material type: TextTextPublisher: Philadelphia : Geneva Press, [(c)1977Description: 179 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0664207790.; 0664243231Subject(s): Presbyterian Church -- Sermons | Sermons, American -- African American authors | African Americans -- ReligionLOC classification: BX9178.B533 1977BX9178.A1.N534.B533 1977COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Adair, T. D. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today--forever.--Cozart, L. S. The missing ingredient.--Udoh, E. E. Having no one.--Sandimanie, E. A. On being faithful stewards.--Mercer, W. S. Top value stamp.--Campbell, B. Beyond ourselves.--Green, L. A great responsibility.--Imes, W. L. God's trombones and their interpreter.--Bradford, H., Jr. It's either up or down.--Callender, E. S. the glory of the temple.--Cannon, K. G. The patience to wait.--Prince, A. H. On possessing what is yours.--Martin, P. Is anybody listening?--Marsh, C. M. A new birth of freedom.--Gillespie, W. G. When you think you have had enough.--Hardge, E. S., Jr. What a way to live.--Wilson, F. I. Golgotha 1964.--Costen, J. H. You're O.K.--I'm O.K.--Rooks, S. Sins of the fathers.--Gatu, J. From Babel to Pentecost.--Wilmore, G. Blackness as sign and assignment.
Adair, T. D. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today--forever.--Cozart, L. S. The missing ingredient.--Udoh, E. E. Having no one.--Sandimanie, E. A. On being faithful stewards.--Mercer, W. S. Top value stamp.--Campbell, B. Beyond ourselves.--Green, L. A great responsibility.--Imes, W. L. God's trombones and their interpreter.--Bradford, H., Jr. It's either up or down.--Callender, E. S. the glory of the temple.--Cannon, K. G. The patience to wait.--Prince, A. H. On possessing what is yours.--Martin, P. Is anybody listening?--Marsh, C. M. A new birth of freedom.--Gillespie, W. G. When you think you have had enough.--Hardge, E. S., Jr. What a way to live.--Wilson, F. I. Golgotha 1964.--Costen, J. H. You're O.K.--I'm O.K.--Rooks, S. Sins of the fathers.--Gatu, J. From Babel to Pentecost.--Wilmore, G. Blackness as sign and assignment.
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Adair, T. D. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today--forever.--Cozart, L. S. The missing ingredient.--Udoh, E. E. Having no one.--Sandimanie, E. A. On being faithful stewards.--Mercer, W. S. Top value stamp.--Campbell, B. Beyond ourselves.--Green, L. A great responsibility.--Imes, W. L. God's trombones and their interpreter.--Bradford, H., Jr. It's either up or down.--Callender, E. S. the glory of the temple.--Cannon, K. G. The patience to wait.--Prince, A. H. On possessing what is yours.--Martin, P. Is anybody listening?--Marsh, C. M. A new birth of freedom.--Gillespie, W. G. When you think you have had enough.--Hardge, E. S., Jr. What a way to live.--Wilson, F. I. Golgotha 1964.--Costen, J. H. You're O.K.--I'm O.K.--Rooks, S. Sins of the fathers.--Gatu, J. From Babel to Pentecost.--Wilmore, G. Blackness as sign and assignment.

Adair, T. D. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today--forever.--Cozart, L. S. The missing ingredient.--Udoh, E. E. Having no one.--Sandimanie, E. A. On being faithful stewards.--Mercer, W. S. Top value stamp.--Campbell, B. Beyond ourselves.--Green, L. A great responsibility.--Imes, W. L. God's trombones and their interpreter.--Bradford, H., Jr. It's either up or down.--Callender, E. S. the glory of the temple.--Cannon, K. G. The patience to wait.--Prince, A. H. On possessing what is yours.--Martin, P. Is anybody listening?--Marsh, C. M. A new birth of freedom.--Gillespie, W. G. When you think you have had enough.--Hardge, E. S., Jr. What a way to live.--Wilson, F. I. Golgotha 1964.--Costen, J. H. You're O.K.--I'm O.K.--Rooks, S. Sins of the fathers.--Gatu, J. From Babel to Pentecost.--Wilmore, G. Blackness as sign and assignment.

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