Appropriating insights from the history of rhetoric and modern communications theory, Meyers proposes that the contemporary sermon ought to become more of a communal experience. He urges the preacher to enter into a dialogue not only with the Scripture and the congregation, but creatively with him- or herself as well.

With Ears to Hear: Preaching as Self-Persuasion 1993, Pilgrim Press

ISBN-13: 9780829809510

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