A collection of twenty-two sermons preached by Edgar Young Mullins, The Life in Christ encompasses subjects such as the Lordship of Christ, living in happiness, the Fatherhood of God, Christ's redemptive power, and much more. Mullin's sermons are infused with astute biblical insight and practical wisdom for everyday living. These sermons are a theological goldmine, and all who read them will be encouraged and inspired.
- The Lordship of Christ
- Abundant Life
- The Resurrection Life of the Believer
- Christianity and the Law of Service
- No Man Liveth to Himself
- An Ancient Recipe for a Happy Life
- The Fatherhood of God
- Freedom, True and False
- The Supreme Quality in Human Actions
- Sonship Through Sufferings
- Christ's Challenge to Manhood
- Character Adorning Calling: As Seen in the Life of Gen. R. E. Lee
- All Things Work Together
- The Revival of Mortality in our Public Life and its Meaning
- Mob Violence as a Symptom
- Christianity as Power
- Dedication Sermon
- The Redemptive Mission of Jesus Christ
- He Came to Himself
- Manhood and Childhood Religions
- The Testimony of Christian Experience
- The Glory of Jesus Christ
Praise for the Print Edition
Edgar Young Mullins, who was perhaps the most pivotal figure in twentieth century Southern Baptist life, deserves notice.
Edgar Young Mullins is the most formative influence on the theological and doctrinal development of the Southern Baptist Church.
- Title: The Life in Christ
- Author: Edgar Young Mullins
- Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
- Publication Date: 1917
- Pages: 243
About Edgar Young Mullins
Edgar Young Mullins is one of the twentieth century's most noted Southern Baptist theologians. Both a pastor and professor, Mullins wrote many theological resources that continue to inspire and challenge readers today. He died in 1928, shortly after being named the president of the Baptist World Alliance.