The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses


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(5 stars; 7 reviews)

The spiritual classic The Greatest Thing In the World is a trenchant and tender analysis of Christian love as set forth in the thirteenth chapter of I Corinthians. The other addresses speak to other aspects of Christian life and thought. (Summary by Pattymarie) (5 hr 49 min)

Chapters

01 The Greatest Thing In the World: Title Page and chapter titled The Greatest… 10:10 Read by pattymarie
02 The greatest Thing In the World: The Contrast 5:46 Read by pattymarie
03 The Greatest Thing In the World: The Analysis Part I 16:02 Read by pattymarie
04 The Greatest Thing In the World: The Analysis Part II 13:09 Read by pattymarie
05 The Greatest Thing In the World: The Analysis Part III 11:10 Read by pattymarie
06 The Greatest Thing In the World: The Defense 20:52 Read by pattymarie
07 The Programme of Christianity: The Programme of Christianity 12:22 Read by pattymarie
08 The Programme of Christianity: The Founding of the Society 7:40 Read by pattymarie
09 The Programme of Christianity: The Programme of the Society 35:17 Read by pattymarie
10 The Programme of Christianity: The Machinery of the Society 14:10 Read by pattymarie
11 The City Without a Church: I Saw the City 18:29 Read by pattymarie
12 The City Without a Church: His Servants Shall Serve 18:47 Read by pattymarie
13 The City Without a Church: I Saw No Temple There 27:51 Read by pattymarie
14 The Changed Life: The Changed Life 10:26 Read by pattymarie
15 The Changed Life: The Formula For Sanctification 17:55 Read by pattymarie
16 The Changed Life: The Alchemy of Influence part 1 13:57 Read by pattymarie
17 The Changed Life: The Alchemy of Influence part 2 14:26 Read by pattymarie
18 The Changed Life: The First Experiment 20:02 Read by pattymarie
19 Pax Vobiscum: Introductory 6:20 Read by pattymarie
20 Pax Vobiscum: Effects Require Causes 29:19 Read by pattymarie
21 Pax Vobiscum: What Yokes Are For 11:15 Read by pattymarie
22 Pax Vobiscum: How Fruits Grow 13:46 Read by pattymarie

Reviews


(5 stars)

Only critique is that the readers voice is low & sometimes hard to understand but the book is a great inspiration from a time past that still gets a Christian thinking afresh