In the information age, it’s not often that we lose track of history’s most influential people. Archives, blogs, databases, and books direct us to those worth learning from. But sometimes powerful voices get lost in the noise. If you don’t already know about him, J. A. Broadus is one of those influential voices.
“It has been my fortune to hear Beecher and Phillips Brooks, Maclaren, Joseph Parker and Spurgeon, John Hall and Moody, John Clifford and David Lloyd George. At his best and in a congenial atmosphere Broadus was the equal of any man I have ever heard.”
—A. T. Robertson, former professor, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
During his lifetime, John Albert Broadus was renowned for his passionate, persuasive preaching. To Broadus, every sermon had a purpose. He crafted every word to lead the listener to the plain truths of Scripture. He fervently studied the art of preaching, and took it upon himself to understand the techniques of persuasive public speaking. The result was a beautifully simple style, thanks to which his sermons and writings remain accessible today.
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When Broadus wasn’t preaching, he was teaching about preaching. This collection features three of his influential works on the discipline, including the textbook Michael Duduit called “the most widely used text on preaching ever published.” Through the end of the month, you can learn from this popular nineteenth-century preacher for just $43.95—that’s 27% off!
Behind Broadus’ firm advocacy for simply spoken sermons was a passionate reverence for the truth found in the Word of God. With this commentary, you can join the masterful preacher in exploring the authorship, allegorical content, semantic meaning, and authority of the book of Mark. Get Broadus’ commentary in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Mark—the collection is 38% off through the end of March!
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