The Reformed pastor : lectures on pastoral theology / John Williamson Nevin ; edited by Sam Hamstra, Jr.

By: Nevin, John Williamson, 1803-1886
Contributor(s): Hamstra, Sam
Material type: TextTextSeries: Princeton theological monograph seriesPublisher: Eugene, Or. : Pickwick Publications, c2006Description: xxviii, 91 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 1597523836Other title: Lectures on pastoral theologySubject(s): Pastoral theology -- Reformed Church | Pastoral theology -- German Reformed Church (U.S.) | Pastoral theology -- Reformed Church in the United States | German Reformed Church (U.S.) Theological Seminary -- Faculty -- Works | German Reformed Church (U.S.) -- Clergy -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States. Theological Seminary. -- Faculty -- Works | Reformed Church in the United States -- Clergy -- WorksLOC classification: BV4011.3 | .N480 2006
Contents:
Introduction / Sam Hamstra, Jr. -- Lectures on pastoral theology / John W. Nevin. The highest office ; Call to the ministry ; Personal holiness ; Evangelical motives ; Fields of labor ; Manner of preaching ; Concluding lecture.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 86-91).

Introduction / Sam Hamstra, Jr. -- Lectures on pastoral theology / John W. Nevin. The highest office ; Call to the ministry ; Personal holiness ; Evangelical motives ; Fields of labor ; Manner of preaching ; Concluding lecture.

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