Preaching with Spiritual Power: Calvin's Understanding of Word and Spirit in Preaching
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The nature of the relationship between the Spirit of God and the Word of God has been debated among believers for centuries. Is the Spirit present wherever and whenever the Word is preached?
In this book, Ralph Cunnington explores this question of what the Protestant Reformers, in particular John Calvin, actually taught on this topic. With careful and incisive scholarship, and writing that is both clear and cogent, he takes us through this question.
"... timely and persuasive... Cunnington has made a valuable contribution to the debate. More than that, however, it is an encouraging reminder that God Himself attends the Word in the presence of the Spirit, and in this confidence His ministers may speak and labor with holy boldness."?
- David Strain, Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi
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