Saint Paul - Transforming the world for Christ (Saint Paul - Transformer le monde pour Christ)
In Saint Paul , we see how heart and soul are the central concerns of Adolphe Monod's ministry. Of course, this pastor wanted to lead his listeners and parishioners to the foot of the cross to dedicate their lives to Jesus Christ, but that was only the beginning. He also wanted to influence a generation of young people who, through their faith and actions, would bring renewal in the Church. Above all, his aim was to see a renewed Church which in turn would transform society and the world. It was a real need back in the author's day, and it is still a great need today.
Adolphe Monod (1802-1856) was a French Protestant pastor and theologian. From 1820 to 1824 he studied theology at the University of Geneva. In 1836, he was recruited as a professor at the Protestant theological faculty of Montauban. He then became a professor of ethics, then of Hebrew. In 1847 he became pastor of the Reformed Church of the Louvre Oratory in Paris. He was very successful as a preacher. His brother, Frédéric Monod, was also a pastor at the same time as him in Paris, where he was one of the prominent figures of the French-speaking Protestant Revival.
Table of contents
First discourse: His work
Second discourse: His Christianity, or his tears
Third discourse: His conversion
Fourth discourse: His personality, or his weakness
Fifth and last discourse: His example
Author : Adolphe Monod
Publisher : Impact Héritage
Publication : February 2018
ISBN : 978-2-924773-28-4
Pages : 139
Dimensions : 5.5 "x 8.5"
Weight : 180 g