Item description for Ripe Life: Sermons on the Fruit of the Spirit (Protestant Pulpit Exchange) by C. Thomas Hilton...
Overview These sermons on "the fruit of the Spirit" are developed out of Galatians 5:22-23. This theme is often selected by pastors who preach because it is an excellent vehicle into understanding the characteristics of personal integrity at home and on the job.
Publishers Description These sermons on "the fruit of the Spirit" are developed out of Galatians 5: 22-23. This theme is often selected by pastors who preach because it is an excellent vehicle into understanding the characteristics of personal integrity at home and on the job.
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.51" Width: 5.49" Height: 0.28" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Apr 19, 1993
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
Series Protestant Pulpit Exchange
ISBN 0687380049 ISBN13 9780687380046
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More About C. Thomas Hilton
Hilton is sermon editor of Clergy Journal; preacher at Chataqua Institute, NY; and Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary. He was formerly pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Pompano Beach, Florida.
C. Thomas Hilton currently resides in the state of New York.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Ripe Life: Sermons on the Fruit of the Spirit (Protestant Pulpit Exchange)?
Average At Best Jun 16, 2008
There are lots of book out on the Fruit of the Spirit, but few really good ones. This one is no better than average. It is simply a series of sermons put into print. They have little depth and are certainly no better than what you could find doing a web search.
The chapter on Faithfulness was obviously preached on Pentecost and the efforts to tie Gal 5:22 to Acts 2 was weak. You can get away with that on Sunday morning when people know you have to make mention of the liturgical calendar, but it should have been edited out of this book.
If you want a short book on the Fruit of the Spirit, try to find the long out of print "Flesh and Spirit" by William Barclay. Great word studies.