Reclaiming and proclaiming the Christian heritage-Fewer people today are familiar with the vital theological ideas from the Christian tradition. Preaching about the continuing relevance and richness of this heritage is one of the pastor's most important responsibilities in this age of relativities. Robert Hughes and Robert Kysar show how this situation has come about and offer imaginative and empowering suggestions for proclaimingChristianity's profoundest truths to a new generation."Preaching Doctrine is a delightfully clear and helpful re-introduction tothe theological art of preaching. Hughes and Kysar bring a rare mix oftheological, practical, and biblical wisdom to bear on the weekly taskof proclamation. Their reflections provide the working pastor with aneasily digested compendium of homiletical theory for the postmodernera. I will use this book."-Richard LischerDuke Divinity School"Hughes and Kysar show us how, with imagination and imaginal language, to re-mint traditional biblical and theological coinage for newpurchasing power in human consciousness. And they do it with clarityand integrity."-Don WardlawMcCormick Theological SeminaryRobert Kysar is Bandy Professor Emeritus of Preaching and New Testamentat Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, and anordained ELCA pastor. He is a renowned Johannine scholar and author of John: The Maverick Gospel, A Beginner's Guide to the Books of the Bible, Called to Care: Biblical Images for Social Ministry, and The Fourth Evangelist and His Gospel.Robert G. Hughes is former President and St. John Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia.