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HOMILETICS AND HERMENEUTICS

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Experienced preachers and teachers Scott Gibson and Matthew Kim bring together four preaching experts—Bryan Chapell, Kenneth Langley, Abraham Kuruvilla, and Paul Scott Wilson—to present and defend their approaches to homiletics.

“This book surfaces what is unconscious, and sharpens what is fuzzy, in our approach to preaching—namely, the theological and hermeneutical underpinnings that subtly shape our sermons. Four authors cogently argue for their approach and graciously interact with others. Nuggets of wisdom, insights, and felicitous expressions abound. A stimulating and profitable book!”
–Donald R. Sunukjian, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.

“A team of outstanding preachers and teachers of preaching demonstrate four approaches to the task of hermeneutics in service of preaching. Since interpreting the text is a necessary step in the preaching process, this useful volume will help preachers approach that step with greater understanding and effectiveness.”
–Michael Duduit, executive editor, Preaching magazine; dean, Clamp Divinity School, Anderson University.

“An interesting and provocative conversation between four professor-practitioners of preaching, illuminating the strengths of each one’s approach to the biblical and theological roots of preaching while graciously naming the weaknesses. This book equips readers to understand their own inclinations in hermeneutics and homiletics and enables them to identify the inclinations of others. Helpful and clarifying.”
–Mary S. Hulst, college chaplain, Calvin College.

Experienced preachers and teachers Scott Gibson and Matthew Kim bring together four preaching experts—Bryan Chapell, Kenneth Langley, Abraham Kuruvilla, and Paul Scott Wilson—to present and defend their approaches to homiletics.

“This book surfaces what is unconscious, and sharpens what is fuzzy, in our approach to preaching—namely, the theological and hermeneutical underpinnings that subtly shape our sermons. Four authors cogently argue for their approach and graciously interact with others. Nuggets of wisdom, insights, and felicitous expressions abound. A stimulating and profitable book!”
–Donald R. Sunukjian, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.

“A team of outstanding preachers and teachers of preaching demonstrate four approaches to the task of hermeneutics in service of preaching. Since interpreting the text is a necessary step in the preaching process, this useful volume will help preachers approach that step with greater understanding and effectiveness.”
–Michael Duduit, executive editor, Preaching magazine; dean, Clamp Divinity School, Anderson University.

“An interesting and provocative conversation between four professor-practitioners of preaching, illuminating the strengths of each one’s approach to the biblical and theological roots of preaching while graciously naming the weaknesses. This book equips readers to understand their own inclinations in hermeneutics and homiletics and enables them to identify the inclinations of others. Helpful and clarifying.”
–Mary S. Hulst, college chaplain, Calvin College.

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Pages 192
Dimension (Width*Height*Depth) (141 x 216 x 14 mm)
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