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A Certain Sound

By Scott Smith
May 2020 | Review by JP Earnest
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
  • ISBN: 978-1-60178-685-2
  • Pages: 118
  • Price: 9.99
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Written from a thoroughly Reformed perspective, A Certain Sound is designed to introduce the reader to open air preaching.

Ryan Denton and Scott Smith chart the biblical mandate for this vital work and God’s use of this method of gospel communication in every generation. There is a great emphasis on the preacher’s calibre and accountability, along with a realism about the challenges which such a work poses. Readers in the UK should be aware of a difference in context from a country where pedestrianised high streets are rare.

The authors also include a refreshing call to the reader to examine their own involvement in direct evangelism and a plea to seminaries to have such an outreach as part of their syllabus. Highly recommended.

JP Earnest

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