Pulpit Prayers and Paragraphs, Editorials, Commandments and Beatitudes
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Of the four categories mentioned in the title, the “pulpit editorial” is most relevant to the Library of Appalachian Preaching. In “What Reason Has This Book?,” Stidger writes that the editorial is “a scheme for commenting on civic affairs and matters of news-note and human interest, without interjecting them into the sermon.” As a “vehicle to convey truth; to keep one’s congregations up on new discoveries, new books, and new thinking,” it can be a “popular and a forceful part of a Sunday evening service” (viii, ix).
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Appalachia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, William Le Roy Stidger, Methodist Episcopal Church, Sermons
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Stidger, William Le Roy, "Pulpit Prayers and Paragraphs, Editorials, Commandments and Beatitudes" (1926). Stidger, William Le Roy, 1885-1949. 10.
Marshall does not own this book; according to WorldCat, the nearest physical copy is at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. Like all books published in the United States in the early 20th century, it is now in the public domain.