What should be the primary emphasis of a theological education? How should the student of theology approach such a transcendent topic? William Swan Plumer answers both questions with eloquence and wisdom in the two inaugural addresses contained in this booklet: "Christ All in All," his 1854 Inaugural Address at Western Theological Seminary in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, and "The Right Temper for a Theologian," his 1867 Inaugural Address at Columbia Theological Seminary in Columbia, South Carolina. These discourses display Plumer's Christ-centered and experiential piety that impacted generations of God's people during his own lifetime and continues to be needed by Jesus' church today.
- 32 pages
- Feb 2018