Theology of Preaching The Dynamics of the Gospel

ISBN-10: 1579106595
ISBN-13: 9781579106591
Edition: 2001
Authors: Richard Lischer
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Description: Richard Lischer's book is a stirring affirmation of preaching's importance as a major enterprise in its own right. It is, he writes, a theological preface whose aim is to show how theology informs preaching and how preaching, as a kerygmatic, oral,  More...

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Book details

Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 6/8/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 114
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Richard Lischer's book is a stirring affirmation of preaching's importance as a major enterprise in its own right. It is, he writes, a theological preface whose aim is to show how theology informs preaching and how preaching, as a kerygmatic, oral, practical activity, informs theology and brings it to its final form of expression.Dr. Lischer points to the historically negative results of preaching's exclusion from theology, and then shows the benefits derived from the proper interaction of the two disciplines. As he elaborates on this theme, he explores the centrality of the Resurrection in both theology and preaching, the relation of the law and the gospel, and how preaching calls upon theology to recover its oral-aural foundation.For Lischer, the act of preaching is an exercise of the preacher's imagination. The real work of imagination is not inserting clever stories or esthetically pleasing images into the argument of the sermon. It is knowing how to read texts in such a way that they will be allowed to function according to their original power and intent.

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