In these passionate, heart-felt addresses, Jackson offers insight into the role of preaching and its impact on the worship of God. In detail, he offers insights on the designation of the preacher; the message, and essential notes, form, and deliverance of that message. Originally, these discourses were given in 1911 as a part of the Sir William Pickles Hartley Lectures sponsored by the Primitive Methodist Church.
About the Author
J. Dodd Jackson worked as the connectional editor of the Primative Methodist Church from 1911-1916. He also served as the minister of the Bridge Street Chapel, Heywood, Manchester, England.