The Message and the Man: Some Essentials of Effective Preaching
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The Message and the Man: Some Essentials of Effective Preaching

By J. Dodd (James Dodd) Jackson
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  • THE FOURTEENTH HARTLEY LECTURE:
  • The Message and the Man:
    • Some Essentials of Effective Preaching
      • BY
      • J. DODD JACKSON.
        • SECOND EDITION.
        • LONDON: W. A. HAMMOND, PRIMITIVE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, HOLBORN HALL, CLERKENWELL ROAD, B.C. 1912.
        • TO THE MEMORY OF The Rev. James Jackson A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PREACHER FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS AND PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE of 1897 THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY AND REVERENTLY DEDICATED BY HIS SON.
      • SECOND EDITION.
      • LONDON: W. A. HAMMOND, PRIMITIVE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, HOLBORN HALL, CLERKENWELL ROAD, B.C. 1912.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF The Rev. James Jackson A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PREACHER FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS AND PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE of 1897 THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY AND REVERENTLY DEDICATED BY HIS SON.
      • PREFACE.
    • BY
    • J. DODD JACKSON.
      • SECOND EDITION.
      • LONDON: W. A. HAMMOND, PRIMITIVE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, HOLBORN HALL, CLERKENWELL ROAD, B.C. 1912.
      • TO THE MEMORY OF The Rev. James Jackson A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PREACHER FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS AND PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE of 1897 THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY AND REVERENTLY DEDICATED BY HIS SON.
    • SECOND EDITION.
    • LONDON: W. A. HAMMOND, PRIMITIVE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE, HOLBORN HALL, CLERKENWELL ROAD, B.C. 1912.
    • TO THE MEMORY OF The Rev. James Jackson A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PREACHER FOR FIFTY-FIVE YEARS AND PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE of 1897 THIS BOOK IS AFFECTIONATELY AND REVERENTLY DEDICATED BY HIS SON.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
      • INTRODUCTION
    • INTRODUCTION
  • THE MESSAGE AND THE MAN
    • INTRODUCTION
    • BOOK I.
    • THE MAN.
      • THEORY OF BOOK I.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • The Designation of the Preacher.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • Things to be Realized.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • The Need for Certainty.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • Individuality.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • Concerning "Understanding."
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • Passion.
    • THEORY OF BOOK I.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • The Designation of the Preacher.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • Things to be Realized.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • The Need for Certainty.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • Individuality.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • Concerning "Understanding."
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • Passion.
    • BOOK II
    • THE MESSAGE:— ITS ESSENTIAL NOTES
      • THEORY OF BOOK II.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • The Note of Accusation.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • The Note of Pity.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • The Note of Idealism.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • The Note of Edification.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • The Note of Cheer
    • THEORY OF BOOK II.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • The Note of Accusation.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • The Note of Pity.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • The Note of Idealism.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • The Note of Edification.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • The Note of Cheer
    • BOOK III
    • THE MESSAGE:— ITS FORM AND DELIVERANCE
      • THEORY OF BOOK III.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • On Attractiveness.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • On Transparency.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • On Appeal.
    • THEORY OF BOOK III.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • On Attractiveness.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • On Transparency.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • On Appeal.
    • CONCLUSION
      • CONCLUSION.
    • CONCLUSION.
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