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Pastors in the classics

Leland Ryken

Pastors in the classics

timeless lessons on life and ministry from world literature

by Leland Ryken

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Published by Baker Books in Grand Rapids, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clergy in literature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLeland Ryken, Philip Ryken, and Todd Wilson
    ContributionsRyken, Philip Graham, 1966-, Wilson, Todd A., 1976-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN56.5.C5 R95 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25011115M
    ISBN 109780801071973
    LC Control Number2011032005

    Hughes is a sagacious guide to the many facets of pastoral ministry, and his program for ministry is deeply rooted in Scripture. This is an invaluable, go-to treasure for busy pastors. Don't miss it! But for pastors who are tired, discouraged, isolated, trapped in some lethal sin, or in danger of losing their faith, here is an ideal guide to find in the classics the deepest, most relevant, emotionally gripping wisdom to preach to oneself.

    He graduated from London University in and began pastoring inand in he went to Priory Street Baptist Chapel. But for pastors who are tired, discouraged, isolated, trapped in some lethal sin, or in danger of losing their faith, here is an ideal guide to find in the classics the deepest, most relevant, emotionally gripping wisdom to preach to oneself. Grudem summarizes and condenses the different doctrines as well as anyone. I am not sure that any book outside of the Bible has influenced my ministry as much as this book.

    John Owen is a profound teacher on all aspects of spiritual life, and it is a joy to welcome this reappearance of one of his finest achievements. On average, pastors purchase 45 different titles a year. But for pastors who are tired, discouraged, isolated, trapped in some lethal sin, or in danger of losing their faith, here is an ideal guide to find in the classics the deepest, most relevant, emotionally gripping wisdom to preach to oneself. Packer introduces us to their rich theology and deep spirituality. It is a powerful Trinitarian profiling from Scripture of the truth that fellowship with God is and must ever be the inside story of the real Christian's life.


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I thank God for the gathering of this previously scattered material into one volume, and anticipate that it will bless many. Packer's A Quest for Godliness typically came first to mind.

Albert Mohler Jr. Again and again he succeeds. Pastors in the Classics is a unique exploration of literary masterpieces in which the pastor's experience is a major part of the story.

Without these cookies, we won't know if you have any performance-related issues that we may be able to address. Packer brings them alive in an inspiring way to encourage a new generation to experience their delights. It is great! I not only look forward to having my own copy but also securing one for the young men I have the privilege of mentoring for gospel ministry.

I am not suggesting that this is a worthless book, but I think it will sit more readily in the literary theory than the pastoral theology section of the library.

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