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Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary Year C: After Pentecost 2

Marion SoardsThomas B DozemanKendall Mccabe

Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary Year C: After Pentecost 2

Marion SoardsThomas B DozemanKendall Mccabe

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Each volume offers liturgical advice for worship planning. For each Sunday, there are ideas to integrate the focus on the Christian Year through worship, music, color, and the proclamation of the Word.

- Publisher This reference book offers preachers liturgical advice for worship planning. It contains weekly sermon helps and suggestions for liturgical symbolism. For use in Year C, beginning with Advent 1994.

- Publisher

This reference book offers preachers liturgical advice for worship planning. It contains weekly sermon helps and suggestions for liturgical symbolism.

Year C: After Pentecost 2



- Publisher

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About "Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary Year C: After Pentecost 2"

Each volume offers liturgical advice for worship planning. For each Sunday, there are ideas to integrate the focus on the Christian Year through worship, music, color, and the proclamation of the Word.
- Publisher

This reference book offers preachers liturgical advice for worship planning. It contains weekly sermon helps and suggestions for liturgical symbolism. For use in Year C, beginning with Advent 1994.
- Publisher

This reference book offers preachers liturgical advice for worship planning. It contains weekly sermon helps and suggestions for liturgical symbolism.

Year C: After Pentecost 2


- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Marion Soards

Marion L. Soards is Professor of New Testament at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A).

Thomas B Dozeman

Thomas B. Dozeman (Ph.D. Religion: Columbia University, New York, NY) is Professor of Old Testament at United Theological Seminary OH. He is the author of Exodus (The Eerdmans Critical Commentary), A Farewell to the Yahwist? The Interpretation of the Pentateuch in Contemporary European Scholarship. (with Konrad Schmid), Numbers (The New Interpreters Bible. Volume 2.)God at War: Power in the Exodus Tradition.-Editorial Review.

Kendall Mccabe

Kendall McCabe is Professor of Preaching and Worship at United Theological Seminary.

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