Preaching the Atonement is a unique teaching tool that offers a theological discussion of ten important Bible passages connected with the sacrifice of Christ. Each chapter includes a complete sermon on the passage in question followed by a discussion from...
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Preaching the Atonementis a unique teaching tool that offers a theological discussion of ten important Bible passages connected with the sacrifice of Christ. Each chapter includes a complete sermon on the passage in question followed by a discussion from the authors that highlights the preacher's strategy in the theological interpretation of the text and its incorporation into the rhetoric of the sermon.
Sermons are provided by the authors as well as David Southall, Kent Anderson, A. Katherine Grieb, David Schlafer.
Stephen I. Wright (PhD., University of Durham) is Tutor in Biblical Studies and Practical Theology at Spurgeon's College, and previously Director of the College of Preachers, an ecumenical training and resource agency helping preachers of all denominations fulfil their ministry.
His significant publications include The Voice of Jesus: Studies in the Interpretation of Six Gospel Parables (Carlisle: Paternoster/ Wipf and Stock); Tales Jesus Told: An Introduction to the Narrative Parables of Jesus (Carlisle: Paternoster, 2003); Preaching the Atonement (London: T. & T. Clark International, 2005), shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize for Theological Writing, 2007, and most recently Preaching the Incarnation
Peter K. Stevenson (PhD) has been overseeing the running of the MTh in Applied Theology course at Spurgeon's College since 1995. Before joining the staff team he had served for 17 years as a Baptist minister in Bedford, Shirley (Solihull) and London.
Recent publications include: God in our Nature: The Incarnational Theology of John McLeod Campbell (Carlisle: Paternoster, 2004); Preaching the Atonement (London: T & T Clark, 2005), shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize for Theological Writing, 2007 and most recently Preaching the Atonement