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Despite the Catholic Church's rule that women cannot be ordained, Bowns started preaching to members of her parish at Mass and whenever she is requested.
Steimle was an advocate of narrative preaching and wrote the popular book Preaching the Story.
As a Catholic friend told me "I admire the young men who go about with their starched shirts and ties preaching the Mormon faith.
From a conference during the spring of 2012 at Harvard Divinity School, 16 papers discuss preaching presence: sacrament, narrative, embodiment; liturgy and lost exegesis: recovering preaching resources; on classical Anglican preaching; critique, complexity, companionship: preaching to various constituencies; difficult topics, preaching angles; and empathy, authority, power: practices of preaching.
This is my first issue as editor of Preaching Helps and I am honored to begin this work with all of you.
Because if you executed the homos like God recommends, you wouldn't have all this AIDS running rampant," Anderson said in his preaching.
Preaching: A Biblical Theology uses humor, Biblical verses, analysis and anecdotes to illuminate the finer art of teaching, considering the history and spiritual precedents of preaching in both Old and New Testaments and offering guidelines to more effective modern preaching methods.
Missional Preaching offers a needed and engaging "theology of mission for preachers" (p.
Preaching with Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, 1750 to the Present.
and Miri Rubin, eds, Charisma and Religious Authority: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Preaching, 1200-1500 (Europa Sacra, 4), Turnhout, Brepols, 2010; hardback; pp.
Salmon, Preaching without Contempt: Overcoming Unintended Anti-Judaism.
This book is one of several general surveys to be published on the history of preaching in recent years.