Fortress Press

Preaching Doctrine: For the Twenty-First Century

Preaching Doctrine

For the Twenty-First Century

Robert G. Hughes (Author), Robert Kysar (Author)


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Fewer people today are familiar with the vital theological ideas from the Christian tradition. Preaching about the continuing relevance and richness of this heritage is one of the pastor's most important responsibilities in this age of relativities. Robert Hughes and Robert Kysar show how this situation has come about and offer imaginative and empowering suggestions for proclaiming Christianity's profoundest truths to a new generation.
  • Publisher Fortress Press
  • Format Paperback
  • ISBN 9780800629656
  • Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5
  • Pages 146
  • Publication Date December 18, 2009


"Preaching Doctrine is a delightfully clear and helpful re-introduction to the theological art of preaching. Hughes and Kysar bring a rare mix of theological, practical, and biblical wisdom to bear on the weekly task of proclamation. Their reflections provide the working pastor with an easily digested compendium of homiletical theory for the postmodern era. I will use this book."
-Richard Lischer,
Duke Divinity School

"Hughes and Kysar show us how, with imagination and imaginal language, to re-mint traditional biblical and theological coinage for new purchasing power in human consciousness. And they do it with clarity and integrity."
-Don Wardlaw,
McCormick Theological Seminary