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Macartney's selection of fifteen of the most fateful and consequential words from the pages of Scripture and from human speech as the basis for this collection of sermons.
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Clarence E. Macartney (1879-1957) was born in Northwood, Ohio, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin and Princeton Theological Seminary. He served as moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in 1924. His pastoral ministries included the influential First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, from 1927-1953. Macartney was also a frequent conference, college, and seminary lecturer. He published more than forty books of sermons and Bible expositions as well as works on Abraham Lincoln and other historical subjects. His other works include: He Chose Twelve; Great Women of the Bible; The Greatest Texts of the Bible; Twelve Great Questions About Christ; and Paul, the Man.
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Book Description Kregel Classics, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0825432715