Girardeau, John L.
As a teacher, Peck was in the front rank. 'As an expositor of truth, as an exegete of Scripture,' his successor C.R. Vaughan believed, 'he was probably without a rival in his day.' But it was not mere teachers that he laboured to prepare for the gospel ministry but rather men 'with a tongue set on fire'. In this his own life was a constant example, possessed as he was with a moral conviction and a resolute fidelity to Scripture which 'sometimes puzzled the lovers of expediency'. Yet this was ever combined with a generous enthusiasm and warm affections. Devotion to principle is the only biblical remedy for our age of religious uncertainty and compromise. In these volumes, Peck's life work will be continued in another generation.
Table of Contents:
Our motto: “truth like a torch the more it’s shook it shines”
The Relations Of The Gospel To The Poor: Christian Living
The Worship Of The Church
The Worship Of The Church Paganized: Romanism: Biographical Lectures Etc
Theological and evangelical
Historical and expository
I Biographical Sketch Of Dr Peck By Dr C R Vaughan
II Notes On The Acts Of The Apostles
III Briefs And Sermons On The Acts Of The Apostles
IV Sermons Referred To In The Sermon Briefs On Acts
V Other Sermons And Briefs