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Indeed, most of their homiletical and illustrative material is still derived directly therefrom.
THE RELIGIONS OF JAPANWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS
It is unmethodical and badly digested, homiletical in style, and abounding in biblical quotations.
There is no padding in them, and the homiletical element is quite subordinate.
His commentary on the Epistles of St. Peter is still numbered amongst standard homiletical and expository works.
His homiletical, or exegetical, writings are of more literary importance.
He serves a homiletical purpose in the Physiocratic speculations rather than fills an office essential to the theory.
Instead of this he harks back again to the dreary homiletical waste of the traditional Historismus.
All Farkas Bethlen's homiletical energy was thrown away in Maurocordato's drawling, indifferent reproduction.
Then falling into a homiletical mood I thought of the great skill of God.
WHAT AND WHERE IS GOD?RICHARD LA RUE SWAIN
Nor did he find an easy mode of preparation for the pulpit by giving his theological lectures a homiletical form.

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