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by Ian Pitt-Watson

Author: Ian Pitt-Watson
Language: English
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Pr (April 1, 1978)
Pages: 109 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.3
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First published in 1976 under title: A kind of folly. Based on the Warrack lectures delivered by the author between 1972 and 1975 at the universities of St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Glasgow. 251. Library of Congress. ix, 109 p. ; Number of pages.

Watson chatted with her cheerfully because he didn’t see all the blank, dead-eyed disapproving or, worse still, concerned faces

Watson chatted with her cheerfully because he didn’t see all the blank, dead-eyed disapproving or, worse still, concerned faces. A policeman started towards them and she urged Watson on, their rest abruptly halted to avoid giving the bored uniformed thug his daily fix of imposing his will. Mrs Hatfield was happy to mostly listen as Watson held forth; he had a strong voice, warm and kind, and as his enthusiasm built the need for her to punctuate with questions vanished. And after my parents passed, when I was 17, I came to these United States. He stopped quite abruptly, and Mrs Hatfield shifted in her seat.

Ian Pitt-Watson was the son of James Pitt-Watson, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Queen’s Chaplain. Preaching: A Kind of Folly, 1976 A Primer for Preachers, 1986. Ian grew up in his father’s manse in Alloa, and attended Dollar Academy, the University of Edinburgh (double first in philosophy and moral philosophy) and the Royal Academy of Music in London. He became a Presbyterian minister in 1950, and served at the Cathedral Church of St. Giles in Edinburgh. Two years later, he became a chaplain at the University of Aberdeen, where he served until 1958.

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Ian was the son of James Pitt-Watson, Moderator of the General . Preaching: A Kind of Folly, 1976. A Primer for Preachers, 1986.

Ian was the son of James Pitt-Watson, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Queen’s Chaplain. In addition to his academic duties, from 1946–80, Pitt-Watson regularly preached on the BBC and ITV, and in 1962 presented the radio series Why I Believe to Scottish audiences.

Pitt-Watson, Ian. Preaching: A Kind of Folly. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1978. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1977. A Theology of Proclamation. Richmond: Knox, 1960. Additional Protestant Traditions (Denomination in Caps). Speaking God’s Words: A Practical Theology of Preaching. Leicester: InterVarsity, 1996. New York: Herder, 1965. Orthodox Theologies of Preaching.

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