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Teaching preaching, like preaching itself, is a noble endeavor. After nearly four decades of teaching, Richard Lischer has sent legions of preachers across the world to preach gospel. This volume...

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Original Title
Preaching Gospel
ISBN13
9781498207898
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
262 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Teaching preaching, like preaching itself, is a noble endeavor. After nearly four decades of teaching, Richard Lischer has sent legions of preachers across the world to preach gospel. This volume pays tribute to his faith-filled life of preaching and teaching.

The contributors, some of whom were taught by Lischer, have received many laurels themselves, so readers will find Teaching preaching, like preaching itself, is a noble endeavor. After nearly four decades of teaching, Richard Lischer has sent legions of preachers across the world to preach gospel. This volume pays tribute to his faith-filled life of preaching and teaching.

The contributors, some of whom were taught by Lischer, have received many laurels themselves, so readers will find in these pages wisdom for preaching from many quarters. Some authors include sermons with helpful commentary about the preaching exercise; some offer essays to illuminate the task of sermon writing; all acknowledge the influence of Richard Lischer on their preaching and teaching endeavors. ""This fascinating book is so much more than an academic tribute to a retiring professor, although Rick Lischer certainly deserves that as one of our premier theologians of homiletics.

This is a collection of some of the finest essays I've seen about the weight and high calling to proclaim gospel, and it has been written by some of the best scholars on the subject we have"." -M. Craig Barnes, President, Princeton Theological Seminary Charles Campbell is Professor of Homiletics at Duke Divinity School. He is the coauthor with Johan Cilliers of Preaching Fools: The Gospel as a Rhetoric of Folly (2012).

Clayton J. Schmit is Provost of Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir-Rhyne University. He has authored books on preaching and worship and is founder of the Lloyd J.

Ogilvie Institute of Preaching Series at Cascade Books. Mary Hinkle Shore is the pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Brevard, North Carolina. Jennifer Copeland is the Executive Director of the North Carolina Council of Churches and an adjunct instructor at Duke Divinity School.

She is the author of Feminine Registers: The Importance of Women's Voices for Christian Preaching (2014).


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