(PRWEB) November 29, 2017
E. G. Sherman Jr., PHD., D.S.T., D.A., a professor emeritus of sociology, history, philosophy, along with credentials in gerontology and microcomputer, from Albany State University, a retired vice president for academic affairs at the Bethany Divinity College and Seminary, and founding pastor of the Institutional First Baptist church, has completed his new book “Prayer: A Biblical Examination and Applications”: a prolific discussion on the universality of prayer based on sermons and texts lifted from the Bible.
Author Sherman reflects upon the way prayer is established, as there have been many ways to address one’s supplications to God: “Beloved, it is an unfortunate fact that the act of prayer is so frequently misunderstood and incorrectly practiced. The Bible has much to say about this problem, a fact that leads to the second consideration of the sermon, which is errors in prayer. The textual basis of our sermon embodies the teaching of Jesus on the topic of prayer; it is found in verses 5 through 8. Notice how Jesus presupposed that people would pray, thus, he said, ‘When thou prayest.’ While recognizing the act of prayer, Jesus was, nonetheless, mindful of guidelines, for prayer; hence, he warned of three errors in prayer.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, E. G. Sherman Jr.’s thought-provoking narrative is an essential source for people who seek answers to questions regarding the topic of prayer, and hopes to present a focused study about it, as found in the Bible and as viewed in the Judeo-Christian belief.
Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase“Prayer: A Biblical Examination and Applications” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
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