HarperOneA City upon a Hill: How Sermons Changed the Course of American History
"One of the ten books for 2007 that every preacher should read,"---Preaching. "Witham examines how sermons have affected the course of life events (for good or ill) or reflected on them from a religious perspective. An important study worthy of a place in all libraries,"---Library Journal. 336 pages, softcover. HarperOne.
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A somewhat unique and interesting work written in a popular style. As any work of this nature would be, it generalizes at times,simplifies, and is often tongue in cheek. As any other historical work it has inaccuracies: It was Whitfield who taught Wesley to field preach, not vice versa. The honor of being the largest seminary is probably Southern rather than Fuller, etc. I'm one of those folks who would appreciate birth and death dates after the names of historical people. All in all it is an enjoyable read. The author gives concise historical portraits for those not well acquainted with religious personalities. It should be noted though that America has always had faithful preachers not always swept along with every fad and wind of doctrine.