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Preaching as Local Theology and Folk Art

Author: 
Leonora Tubbs Tisdale (Author)
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Description

Explains how to analyze a congregation so the sermon really fits the listeners. Provides practical helps for preparing and delivering sermons that are meaningful and appropriate.
ISBN: 
9780800627737
Price: 
$24.00
Release date: 
December 5, 1996
Pages: 
176
Width: 
8.50
Height: 
5.50

Endorsements

"The preacher can find many books giving advice on how to exegete the Bible. At last, here is a book with solid and helpful guidelines on how to exegete the congregation. Nora Tisdale blends the best scholarship on cross-cultural studies with her wise insights as an experienced pastor to break new ground in the field of preaching."
--Thomas G. Long
Princeton Theological Seminary


"Leonora Tubbs Tisdale presents us with a useful way to 'exegete' congregations and a striking new image of preaching as 'folk art.' She teaches us how to listen deeply for a congregation's operative theology. Then she shows us how to preach sermons that respond to and shape this theology."
--John S. McClure
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary