E. Stanley Jones (1884-1973) was described by a distinguished Bishop as the "greatest missionary since Saint Paul." He was an evangelist, apostle, missionary, author of twenty-nine books, statesman, Bishop-elect (who resigned before ordination), founder of Christian Ashrams, ecumenical leader, and spokesman for peace, racial brotherhood, and social justice, friend to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi, and constant witness for Jesus Christ.
This book provides the reader with the complete annotated text of fifteen of Jones' sermons that are representative of his career and that illustrate his twelve life convictions. The CD's of each of the sermons is also included. It is timely that these sermons be made accessible to a wider audience for his topics remain relevant and his observations from nearly fifty years ago were often prescient. The sermons are presented in their entirety with annotations as needed to explain some of his references, sources, and illustrations to an audience who is reading them some forty to fifty years after he delivered them.