Item description for Outstanding Black Sermons by J. Alfred Smith, Sr....
Overview The thirteen sermons included in this volume were born of a unique cultural perspective and an unwavering Christian faith. These sermons were chosen because they are examples of the best preaching in black churches today. Not only do they demonstrate social relevance and basic preaching skills, but they also reflect a keen awareness of the black experience. Includes sermons by the following contributors: Leotis Samuel Belk Colvin Blanford L. Venchael Booth Effie M. Clark Henry C. Gregory III O. C. Jones Jr. James V. Matthews Olin P. Moyd William J. Shaw J. Alfred Smith Sr. James H. Stewart Robert Colby Thomas Harry S. Wright
Publishers Description Examples of the best preaching in today's black churches, these sermons demonstrate the social relevance of the gospel in the context of the black experience. Each collection features 16 sermons from prominent black preachers.
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Studio: Judson Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.47" Width: 5.37" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Dec 12, 1982
Publisher JUDSON PRESS #575
ISBN 0817006648 ISBN13 9780817006648
Availability 0 units.
More About J. Alfred Smith, Sr.
Smith is Senior Pastor of Allen Temple Baptist Church in Oakland, California.
J. Alfred Smith currently resides in Oakland, in the state of California. J. Alfred Smith was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about Outstanding Black Sermons?
A Closer Look at Black Preaching Nov 8, 2001
I came across this book by accident. (Looking for something else) I perused the book briefly and became immediately engaged. I could not put it down. I bought a copy and began reading. The sermons selected were tremendous. They are life changing and uplifting to say the least. The book reveals hope, joy, restoration and peace through the sermons it houses. It is the epitome of classic, historical and jubilant black preaching and a must for the clergy of this era and Christians everywhere.