Published May 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||588|
A History of Preaching. O.C. Edwards Jr. A History of Preachingbrings together narrative history and primary sources to provide the most comprehensive guide available to the story of the church's ministry of proclamation/5. A History of Preaching: Volume One Hardcover – Septem by Edwin Charles Dargan (Author)Author: Edwin Charles Dargan. A History of Preaching brings together narrative history and primary sources to provide the most comprehensive guide available to the story of the church's ministry of proclamation. Bringing together an impressive array of familiar and lesser-known figures, Edwards paints a detailed, compelling picture of what it has meant to preach the : Abingdon Press. First published in , Stott popularized the dominant metaphor used to describe the work of the preacher in today's world, the messenger of God with one foot planted in the biblical world and the other in the contemporary setting. Few books in the past quarter century have more profoundly influenced how preachers think of their own task. /5(6).
In a German scholar, Paniel, published the first volume of a proposed general history of preaching under the title Pragmatische Geschichte der Christlichen Beredsamkeit. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK A history of preaching Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Preaching -- History Publisher New York: Hodder & Stoughton Pages: THE PREACHING TRADITION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH A Brief Annotated Historical Sketch I. THE PATRISTIC ERA - (AD ) 1. Justin Martyr - () first of the apologists, opened a school in Rome. 2. Clement of Alexandria - () opened a school in Alexandria to instruct candidates for church membership in the principles of Size: KB. The history of expository preaching begins with an understanding of the revelatory and explanatory preaching recorded in Scripture. Legitimate preaching in the Church Age continues the expository preaching begun in the Bible. History unveils a limited but rich ongoing legacy of biblical expositors up to the present day.
He is the author of a number of books, including The Practice of Preaching, Imagination of the Heart, God Sense: Reading the Bible for Preaching, and The Four Pages of the Sermon, all published by Abingdon Press. He is the General Editor of The New Interpreter's Handbook of Preaching/5(7). This is a fine and detailed history of preaching that goes all the way back to the days after Christ. Edwards is the authority on the history of preaching. The book is insightful and not only does it give history, it gives preaching movements and styles. It is helpful for all clergy/5(9). Similarly, the western church developed the Latin sermon, reaching its greatest heights with Augustine () of Hippo, North Africa, who wrote the first preaching textbook, On Christian Doctrine—Book 4. A History of Preaching brings together narrative history and primary sources to provide the most comprehensive guide available to the story of the church's ministry of proclamation. Bringing together an impressive array of familiar and lesser-known figures, Edwards paints a detailed, 3/5(1).