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Broken Words: Reflections on the Craft of Preaching

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How does one preach from the Old Testament? What are the particular needs and challenges of preaching the Good Friday, and then the Easter, sermon? What does one do when he or she wants to address contemporary events? Paul Scott Wilson has long been one of the most significant writers among those who seek a richer and more complete understanding of what preaching is, and how it might be made better. He draws on his broad and deep work in homiletics to show preachers how to craft a variety of types of sermons. Recognizing that all sermons are in some ways "broken words," Wilson includes in each chapter an illustrative sermon. Either kind of sermon--the good or the bad--can offer ample opportunities to learn how to be a more effective and faithful preacher of the gospel. Hide synopsis

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