This booklet contains Plumer's two inaugural addresses at Western Theological Seminary and Columbia Theological Seminary. In the first he beautifully portrays the person of Jesus Christ and the importance of keeping Christ at the center of the theological enterprise. In the second, he lays out several characteristics of a theologian after God's own heart. Both addresses are rich and significant for the church today.
"Looking to Christ and living like Christ are the two greatest qualities of a pastor-theologian. This precious booklet presents these timeless truths in two stirring messages from one of America's most beloved Christian writers of the nineteenth century. Highly recommended!"
-- Dr. Joel Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan