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As both a homiletic vehicle and a mass cultural consumer product, the novel negotiates many of the tensions that animate American evangelicalism.
The Word and Its Witness begins with a reading of Jonathan Edwards and the influence of Lockean epistemology on his homiletic theorizations.
By focusing attention on pedagogical and homiletic texts rather than on polemical pamphlets, Teaching the Reformation fills out a scholarly picture of the social, political, and ecclesiological complexities involved in transmitting the Protestant Reformation from the academy to the clergy and, ultimately, to the evangelical parishioner.
This signals the genesis of the search for an alternative Philemon homiletic.
More specifically, if one is looking for information on Protestant homiletic theory of the Renaissance, this is the best starting point.
This weighs heavily against the argument that Philo could have had no significant contact with traditional midrashic lore because he knew no Hebrew, an assumption made because of his slavish dependence on the Septuagint - even using its text as the point of departure for his homiletic exegeses (derashot).
Karl Barth's Emergency Homiletic, 1932-1933: A Summons to Prophetic Witness at the Dawn of the Third Reich.
The homiletic question I invite you to ponder is whom you turn to during seasons of life when your plate is extremely full.
These figures provide examples of what Edwards describes as the three main types of preaching in this period--Sunday homiletic preaching, catechetical preaching, and doctrinal preaching.
The relatively occasional homiletic proof offered in the Mishna should be regarded more as a peg upon which to hang the Oral Law, for memory or other purposes, than as any necessity to prove it.
Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire and editor of Connections, a newsletter of preaching and homiletic resources.
Duggan, in a letter to Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Nov.