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The theme: a sermon's form, which cannot be separated from its message, should be determined by the biblical text itself. All the sermons in this collection are biblical and first-rate---worth returning to again and again.
How can a sermon be shaped so that it conveys the reality of Scripture? In this innovative work seven homileticians explore new ways of bringing to life the power and drama of God's word in Scripture.
In addition to editor Don M. Wardlaw, contributors include Ronald J. Allen, William J. Carl III, Thomas G. Long, Charles Rice, Gardner Taylor, and Thomas H. Troeger.
Don M. Wardlaw is J. G. K. McClure Professor Emeritus of Preaching and Worship at McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. He is coauthor of "In Other Words: Incarnational Translation for Preaching".