Plain Sermons by Daniel Sommer
Daniel Sommer (1850-1940) was one of the more influential and controversial preachers in Restoration history. His staunch opposition to instrumental music in worship and human institutions doing the work of the church helped lead to the division between the Disciples of Christ and the churches of Christ. Plain Sermons was written after Sommer had accumulated forty years of preaching experience. The twenty discourses contained in this volume address such topics as evidences, authority, the church, unity, and more. Though they were written a hundred years ago, these sermons teach valuable lessons that are important for us to learn today.