Biblesoft is pleased to offer this valuable ten-volume collection of classic preaching—The World's Great Sermons, edited by Grenville Kleiser.
Probably no two people will agree on exactly what makes a sermon "great", or on which sermons should be considered as such. However, this collection makes a noble attempt at assembling a rich and diverse assortment of preachers and sermons, including some of the most famous figures of the past, as well as others who are lesser known today. All in all it is a most worthy and representative collection that well captures the history of the ministry and art of preaching. Covering 2500 pages, with more than 100 sermons and preachers (arranged more or less chronologically), from a variety of styles and backgrounds, you are sure to find this a useful and cherished compendium. Beginning in the 4th century, with early Church Fathers such as Chrysostom and Augustine, into the Middle Ages and the Reformation, with Wycliffe, Luther and others, and on through the English Puritans, the Great Awakenings, all the way down to the beginning of the 20th century. There are preachers from America, Britain, and Europe, Roman Catholic and Protestant alike. This is a resource for pastors, ministers, Bible students, and all those who love and admire fine preaching!
The contents of this reference can be accessed by Bible verse in the Commentary menu as well as under the Books menu, in both locations under the grouping "Sermons".
This title is also available bundled together with the 28-volume Kregel Classic Sermons series.