[Theological Definition of Preaching: Divine Activity, Grace, Sin and Truth by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Isaac R. Clark gives a lecture on the theological definition of preaching. In this lecture Dr. Clark describes preaching as divine activity where the word of God as gospel is proclaimed or announced. He also discusses the issue of human sin and its relationship to grace. Furthermore Dr. Clark discusses the question of truth in both the ordinary and theological sense.
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Clark, Isaac R., "[Theological Definition of Preaching: Divine Activity, Grace, Sin and Truth by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]" (1963). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 13.
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