New Testament Conversions by George H. Gerberding

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“Why, a book of sermons on conversion? Because not all that has been written and preached on the subject is truth… Few subjects have been more abused, misrepresented and misunderstood. A veritable flood of ruinous error has emanated from pen and pulpit on this subject. A sad wreckage of doubt, gloom, skepticism, despair, insanity and self-destruction is the result. Much of the current twaddle is the shallowest sentimentalism or the wildest fanaticism, with all the various baseless gradations be tween. It tends to confuse the mind, to harden the heart, to quench the spirit, to ruin the soul.” — G.H. Gerberding, from the Introduction

Book Chapters

  • 1 Conversion: Its Nature, Necessity, and Efficient Agencies – Acts 3:19
  • 2 The Conversion of The Woman of Samaria – John 4:28-29
  • 3 The Conversion Of The Prodigal Son – Luke 15:17-20
  • 4 The Conversion of the Publican – Luke 18:13
  • 5 The Conversion of Zaccheus – Luke 19:2-9
  • 6 The Fall and Re-conversion of Peter – Matt. 26:69-75
  • 7 The Conversion of the Dying Thief – Luke 23:39-44
  • 8 The Tests and Fruits of a True Conversion as Seen in Peter’s Reinstatement Into the Apostleship – John 21:15-20
  • 9 The Conversion of the Three Thousand – Acts 2:37-42
  • 10 The Conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch – Acts 8:35-39
  • 11 The Conversion of Paul – Acts 9:1-9, 17-18
  • 12 The Conversion of Cornelius – Acts 10:1-6
  • 13 The Conversion of Sergius Paulus – Acts 13:6-12
  • 14 The Conversion of Lydia – Acts 16:13-16
  • 15 The Conversion of the Philippian Jailer – Acts 16:25-34
  • 16 A Spurious Conversion – Acts 8:9-14, 18-25
  • 17 Almost Converted – Acts 24:24-25

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Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2017-09-03
  • Updated: v6.2021-04-07
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
George Henry Gerberding
George Henry Gerberding
(1847-1927)

Studied under Charles Krauth and C. F. Schaeffer and assisted the Rev. Passavant. An indefatigable worker, he established and restored churches in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Fargo, ND. His Way of Salvation in the Lutheran Church was one of the most successful books ever published by the English Lutheran Church.

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