The Preacher’s Library By Jay Adams
You used to be able to tell a lot about a preacher—and about his preaching—simply by walking into his library. If it was filled with catchy titles, how-to manuals, frothy experience-oriented fluff, as well as second-rate commentaries, you could know that isn’t the place to hang your hat as a church member. But things have changed. Now, a man can have an entire library on a computer’s disc that includes volumes that were once inaccessible, and with translations galore at his fingertips. It’s has become very hard to judge a man by his books (unless he‘s an old foggy like some of us), because all of the good stuff can be hidden away in a disk holder!