RELIGIOUS LIFE OF THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS

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BENJAMIN B WARFIELD

A classic that shows the importance, for those preparing for the ministry, to grow both as scholars and as people of God. Originally delivered as an address in 1911.

A minister must be both learned and religious. It is not a matter of choosing between the two. He must study, but he must study as in the presence of God and not in a secular spirit. He must recognize the privilege of pursuing his studies in the environment where God and salvation from sin are the air he breathes. He must also take advantage of every opportunity for corporate worship, particularly while he trains in the Theological Seminary. Christ Himself leads in setting the example of the importance of participating in corporate expressions of the religious life of the community. Ministerial work without taking time to pray is a tragic mistake. The two must combine if the servant of God is to give a pure, clear, and strong message.

The Author

Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1887–1921) was professor of didactic and polemic theology in the Theological Seminary of Princeton, New Jersey.

Additional information

Weight 0.047 kg
Item Code

1196

Publisher

P & R

Supplier

PRESBYTERIAN AND REFORMED

Cover

Booklet

Original Category

MINISTRY

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