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Published by John Knox Press in Richmond .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Preaching

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17406017M

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'This book drags systematic theology out of the study, sticks it into the pulpit, onto the altar, and under the waters of baptism so that it proclaims the gospel. It sets limits within which discussions of ministry and ecumenism must occur, if we are to remain proclaimers of the gospel. Forde's work ought to be the centerpiece for years to come, simply because-in his inimitably impatient way 5/5(1). Proclamation and Theology book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This first volume in the Abingdon Press series Horizons in /5. Theology Is for Proclamation by Gerhard O. Forde My rating: 5 of 5 stars Forde’s book is helpful in distinguishing the difference between primary discourse and secondary discourse. Simply put, secondary discourse is dialogue or words about God and primary discourse is the direct declaration of the Word of God; words from God. Oct 04,  · “Converted Latter Day Saints believe that the Proclamation is the Lord’s re-emphasis of the gospel truths we need to sustain us.” The problem – Jesus never connected the gospel or eternal life to anything remotely resembling the Proclamation. Not in the New Testament or the Book of Mormon.

It's a good book that powerfully makes the case for the necessary relation between theology and proclamation -- i.e. the need to declare the gospel truths as having direct meaning for the hearing faithful/5. Willimon powerfully affirms how preaching becomes the Word of God for the laity. By proclaiming the oracles of God, a minister affects every aspect of human life and draws us back to him who is the source for every good thing. If you believe your Sunday homily is of little significance, think again! 72 pages, softcover. Abingdon. Proclamation and Theology () by William H. WillimonBrand: Abingdon Press. The thesis of this book is straightforward. Systematic theology, whatever else it might be for, has to be for proclamation. Not, heaven forbid, that systematic theology is what is to be proclaimed! The Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation commentary series is a modern resource that offers readers a relatively unique approach to Scripture. Volumes not only discuss introductory matters to each book, historical context, literary setting, textual structure, and exegetical matters, but authors also connect the content to biblical theology.

This first volume in the Abingdon Press series Horizons in Theology addresses the major concerns and questions for preaching as it intersects with theology. William H. Willimon, recognized as one of today's master interpreters of the theology and practice of preaching, explains why, in the words of the Second Helvetic Confession, "The preaching of the word of God is the Word of God."5/5(1). The Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation commentary series explores the theology of the Bible in considerable depth, spanning both tangoloji.coml Editors include T. Desmond Alexander, Andreas J. Kostenberger and Thomas R. Schreiner with contributing authors from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives, though all affirm the inerrancy and inspiration of Scripture/5(2). Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. This first volume in the Abingdon Press series Horizons in Theology addresses the major concerns and questions for preaching as it intersects with theology. William H. Willimon, recognized as one of today's master interpreters of the theology and practice of preaching, explains why, in Brand: Abingdon Press.