Speaking of the preaching of Edwards, Whitefield, Davies, Nettleton, and Lloyd-Jones, Carrick wrote,
"They individualized their hearers; they interrogated their hearers; at times, they almost hounded their hearers. They put man back in the dock. There can be no doubt that, under God and with God's blessing, the interrogative is one of the foremost weapons in the preacher's arsenal in the battle for the souls of men." - Carrick, IP, p81.