Friday, June 13, 2008


This is an excerpt from Paris Reidhead's famous sermon, Ten Shekels and a Shirt.

"Humanism is, I believe, the most deadly and disastorous of all the philosophical stinches that has crept up through the grating over the pit of hell, and it has penetrated so much of our religion, and it is in utter and total contrast with Christianity... and unfortunately it is seldom seen."
-Paris Reidhead


Tom said...

This is one of my favorite sermons. Wouldn't it be great to set at a table with guys like Reidhead, Ravenhill, Tozer, Spurgeon, and Pink, and just listen to them talk about the Lord.

Philip@ReformedVoices said...

Yes Tom, that would be wonderful! I was just thinking the other day how much I would like to sit under the preaching of Spurgeon. What did his voice sound like? What were his body mannerisms and tone of voice?

We are fortunate to have audio of Tozer and a good bit of video from Ravenhill. I am not too sure about audio from Pink.