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Approximately 56 complete sermons delivered between 1940-1944 by Rev. Loyde O. Aukerman mostly at his parish at Olivet Baptist Church in Valley Stream, NY
1943. Rev. Aukerman delivered sermons at Congregational, Presbyterian, Friends Meeting House, Jewish Centers, and numerous other Baptist churches stretching from Long Island to upstate New York, including the cities and towns of Batavia, Rochester, Mount Morris, Canaseraga, Honeyville, Ontario, East Henrietta, and South Rutland. The title pages (numbered between 2-70), usually typed, identify the name of the sermon, the referenced Scripture, and dates and places delivered. Sermons are mostly handwritten with portions typed on 6.25” x 10” heavy stock pages; most are string-tied and contain the working notes and outlines of his sermons, with numerous annotations and stories and quotes pasted in. Chipping and soiling, but overall VG+. Many photomechanically reproduced Sunday church programs included, inserted into particular sermons. Also included are 17 anonymous sermon response/suggestion sheets that offer some biting commentary (“Sermon not inspiring,” “Too many generalities,” “Voice and manner somewhat sentimental…Voice particularly lacking in vigor,” “More passion and variety in pausing and speed of delivery would add greatly to the effectiveness of the message,” “This sermon wouldn't persuade me to increase my pledge,” and “interest in your sermon was lessened thru your use of abstract terminology, almost theological language”). Sermon titles include, “Today's Family in Tomorrow's World,” “Counting the Cost,” “Criticism Criticized,” “Sermon on World Unity or World Christianity,” “A Christian Interpretation of Suffering,” “The Challenge of the Open Door,” “Our Hope For … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Crow Hop Rare Books [United States]
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