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Number of Pages: 576
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 10.25 X 7.50 (inches)|
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Delivering the Sermon: Voice, Body, and Animation in ProclamationTeresa L. Fry BrownFortress Press / 2008 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:
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Teaching Preaching as a Christian Practice: A New Approach to Homiletic PedagogyThomas G. Long, Leonora Tubbs TisdaleWestminster John Knox Press / 2008 / Trade Paperback$19.99 Retail:
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From Pew to Pulpit: A Beginner's Guide to PreachingClifton F. GuthrieAbingdon Press / 2006 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:
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The New Interpreters Handbook of Preaching is a major reference tool for preaching, with articles on every facet of Christian sermon preparation and delivery. This resource is both scholarly and practical. It focuses on the most distinctive feature and greatest strength of homiletics as a discipline: It is rooted in interdisciplinary scholarship and it develops theory geared to practice. Its theory arises out of the study of both excellent preaching past and present and actual sermon preparation and composition. When theory and practice critique each other, it is possible to produce guidelines that assist greater excellence and economy in preaching the gospel. Excellence in standards is an area in which homiletics needs to grow, and this project will be both a means to encourage and develop it. A guiding question throughout will be, Will it preach? The answers will be offered in the sense that here is something that works well, rather than here is something to try.
Preachers will turn to this resource with the expectation that they will find scholarly treatment of topics, brief bibliographies of relevant key books and articles, along with practical methodological suggestions for preachers to employ. The contributors are homileticians, preachers, and writers in various disciplines who are committed to the pulpit through practice.