In this episode of Must Reads Classics, Dr. O. Wesley Allen, Jr. interviews Dr. Mary Donovan Turner - Carl Patton Professor of Preaching and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Pacific School of Religion, and Dr. Mary Lin Hudson - Professor Emeritus of Homiletics and Liturgics at Memphis Theological Seminary, about their book “Saved from Silence: Finding Women's Voice in Preaching.”
Must Reads Classics is a series of reviews of classic books in the field of Homiletics, both historically and today. It’s a great way to visit and revisit the preaching approaches of the most influential preachers past and present!
In this episode of Must Reads Classics, Dr. Alyce McKenzie interviews Dr. Thomas Long, the Bandy Professor Emeritus of Preaching at Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, about his book “Preaching and the Literary Forms of the Bible.”
In this episode of Must Reads Classics, Dr. Alyce McKenzie interviews Dr. Thomas Long, the Bandy Professor Emeritus of Preaching at Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, about Fred B. Craddock’s book “As One Without Authority.”
In this episode of Must Reads Classics, Dr. Wes Allen interviews Dr. G. Lee Ramsey Jr., the author of the book "Care-full Preaching: From Sermon to Caring Community." The book centers around the idea that preaching, over time, can shape a church that values mutual hospitality, compassion, and care for both congregation members and outsiders.
In this interview, Dr. David Schnasa Jacobsen, Bishops Scholar in Homiletics and Preaching, and Director of the Homiletical Theology Project at Boston University School of Theology, talks about his professor, David Buttrick, and his influential book "Homiletic Moves and Structures" published in 1987.
In this episode of Must Reads Classics, Dr. Paul Scott Wilson, professor of Homiletics Emeritus at Emmanuel College of the University of Toronto, discusses his book “The Four Pages of the Sermon” where he provides guidance to preachers on how to craft an effective sermon. The book is structured around four pages or stages that make up a typical sermon: the exegetical page, the theological page, the homiletical page, and the narrative page.
Welcome to Must Reads Classics with the Rev. Dr. Jana Childers, Newhall Professor of Homiletics and Speech Communication, Graduate School of Theology, University of Redlands. Dr. Childers talks about her book “Performing the Word: Preaching as Theatre.”
Welcome to Must Reads Classics with Dr. Leonora Tubbs Tisdale, Clement-Muehl Professor of Homiletics at Yale Divinity School.
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