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Lynn Anderson's They Smell Like Sheep, reviewed by C. J. Halquist

Lynn Anderson’s They Smell Like Sheep, reviewed by C. J. Halquist

Lynn Anderson, They Smell Like Sheep (West Monroe, Louisiana: Howard Publishing Co., 1997), 248 pages, ISBN 9781582292977. Shepherd and sheep. Pastor and congregation. Dr. Lynn Anderson has employed the age-old analogy of shepherds and sheep as a tool for teaching us pastors how to lead our congregations. In the busy-ness of our duties as a […]

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