Text: Elementary Homiletics, by Rev. Jacob Fry, D.D. Dr. Fry was Professor of Homiletics and Sacred Oratory in the Lutheran Theological Seminary, Mount Airy, Philadelphia, PA. His book was published in 1897 by The Christian Literature Company, New York, NY
FProfessor Fry writes, in his Preface:
The book does not claim nor pretend to be a treatise on Homiletics, nor a set of lectures on the subject in full form. That field is abundantly covered; but there seemed to be a need of a text-book giving only rules and explanatory notes, which would form the basis of free lectures, which are always preferable in the department of Practical Theology, and give the instructor every opportunity to make his own additions, comments, and illustrations. It may also be of helpful service to young ministers, whether they have studied larger works on the subject or not, in presenting in succinct form those elements and first principles and rules in the preparation of sermons which should ever be kept in view, but are too often overlooked or forgotten. The examples given under many of the rules will aid in understanding their force and meaning
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|HOM001||Preface, Chapter I|
|HOM010||Chapter X and XI|