James Harris advocates the salient features of liberation preaching, especially as exemplified in black-church settings. For all preachers who take seriously...
Liturgy as the work of God's people gives the preacher a place to stand—an organic connection with an intentional sacramental community, says Rice. The...
Long argues that the literary form and dynamics of biblical texts can and should make a difference in the kinds of sermons created from those texts, not only...
Buttrick presents a complete homiletic that focuses on how sermons form in consciousness and how the language of preaching functions in the communal...
Pastoral counseling can be imbued with a sense of community and of the transcendent; there is no surer way for this to happen than through a vital and...
William J. Carl III confronts the problem of using theological language in preaching through a combination of serious theological reflection, rhetorical...
The liturgies of the Word and the Lord's Supper that are included in this volume range from those of the church fathers Justin Martyr and Hippolytus through...
Robert W. Jenson is a leading American Lutheran theologian. He has taught at many institutions, including Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, the Lutheran Seminary...
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