WHY ARE WOMEN IN THE MINISTRY?

It’s The Principle Of The Matter!

by Rev. Carl Leondus Sweat Jr. D. Min.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/12/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781543498110
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 184
ISBN : 9781543498103

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About the Author

Often, when the terms modern, progressive, and revolutionary are used to identify a Christian writer or religious thinker, the initial thought of the reader is the person has severed oneself from traditional biblical ties. Fortunately, this is not the case with Dr. Carl L. Sweat, Jr. He is one of the boldest, prolific present age thinkers, and writers. He is acclaimed for his theological and philosophical accuracy. The intensity of his research explores how extraordinary the fundamental principles of ministry can be when applied to the topic Why Are Women In The Ministry? Dr. Carl L. Sweat, Jr. is marked by unusual intellect, talent, a great capacity for doctrine, seriousness of purpose, and appreciation for lifelong learning. Rest assured that the concepts you receive in this book are practical and logical. Dr. Carl Sweat, Jr. is Pastor of Laurel Hill United Church of Christ, a congregational setting of Christendom. He is the author of The Inability to Love and be Loved, an educational evaluation of the subject love; Why Are Women In The Ministry?, an exciting and informative book; A Cry for Ethical and Moral Strength, a realistic, practical, and objective approach to positive Christian living; and Race, Color, and Religion Matter, an in-depth analysis of how race, color, and religion are destined by the Creator to be used in the fulfillment of His plan of salvation. Dr. Carl Sweat served as the Chairperson of Practical Reasoning and the Coordinator of Paul D. Camp Community College at Smithfield. Dr. Sweat assisted as a professor in the field of religious studies.