Item description for Feasting on the Word: Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary, Year B, Volume 3 (Feasting on the Word) by David L. Bartlett & Barbara Brown Taylor...
Overview Pentecost and Season after Pentecost 1 (Propers 3-16) With this popular new lectionary commentary series, Westminster John Knox Press offers one of the most extensive resources for preaching on the market today. When complete, the twelve volumes of the series will cover all the Sundays in the three-year lectionary cycle, along with movable occasions, such as Christmas Day, Epiphany, Holy Week, and All Saints Day. For each lectionary text, preachers will find four brief essays one each on the theological, pastoral, exegetical, and homiletical challenges of the text. They might focus on the Gospel text, for instance, by reading all four essays provided for that text, or they might explore connections between the Hebrew Bible, Psalm, Gospel, and Epistle texts by reading the theological essays for each one. Each lectionary year will consist of four volumes, one for the Advent and Christmas season, one for Lent and Easter, and one for each half of Ordinary Time. In Ordinary Time, the Old Testament lections in Feasting on the Word are from the complementary stream for Year A, split between the complementary and semicontinuous streams for Year B, and from the semicontinuous stream for Year C.
With this new lectionary commentary series, Westminster John Knox offers the most extensive resource for preaching on the market today. When complete, the twelve volumes of the series will cover all the Sundays in the three-year lectionary cycle, along with movable occasions, such as Christmas Day, Epiphany, Holy Week, and All Saints' Day.
For each lectionary text, preachers will find four brief essays--one each on the theological, pastoral, exegetical, and homiletical challenges of the text. This gives preachers sixteen different approaches to the proclaimation of the Word on any given occasion.
The editors and contributors to this series are world-class scholars, pastors, and writers representing a variety of denominations and traditions. And while the twelve volumes of the series will follow the pattern of the Revised Common Lectionary, each volume will contain an index of biblical passages so that nonlectionary preachers, as well as teachers and students, may make use of its contents.
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Studio: Westminster John Knox
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7.5" Height: 1.4" Weight: 2 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2009
Publisher Westminster John Knox Pr
Series Feasting on the Word
ISBN 0664230989 ISBN13 9780664230982
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More About David L. Bartlett & Barbara Brown Taylor
David L. Bartlett is professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. Before joining the staff at Columbia Theological Seminary, Bartlett was dean of academic affairs and Lantz Professor of Preaching and Communication at Yale Divinity School. An ordained minister of the American Baptist Churches, USA, he served congregations in Minnesota, Illinois, and California and taught at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia, before joining the faculty at Yale in 1990. Claudia A. Highbaugh is chaplain, associate director of ministerial studies, and lecturer on ministry at Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Bible Commentary Mar 5, 2009
This series of volumes takes the preacher through the lectionary year using the RCL texts. The series examines each text from four different perspectives, Theological, Pastoral, Exegetical, and Homiletical. Clearly written and very accessible it is as good a guide for the lay person called occasionally to read scripture as it is for the full-time pastor or lay minister. While it does not dwell on the texts in as scholarly a fashion as do some of the more detailed exegetical tools, it gives good perspective and background for each text which makes it a fine starting point for sermon preparation.
A Great Primary Source for Bi-Vocational Pastors Mar 2, 2009
I am a tri-vocational, part-time local pastor in the United Methodist Church. Besides my church and my day job, I also serve as a City Councilman for my city-ward. So I keep a fairly busy schedule. I am something of a book-addict and have literally hundreds of books that I will never live long enough to read, including many commentary sets.
This is by far the best set of books that I have come across for sermon preparation. I especially like the commentaries for the homiletically and pastoral perspectives. They are so good at getting the mind working as to how to most effectively relate specifically to my parishioners the scripture text(s) I am going to use for the week. Even if I am not going to use a particular passage in any way during the week, I still like to read the commentary as there is so much to learn in these volumes.
I have followed the lectionary since beginning my church ministry two years ago, but have veered off for the season of Lent. As someone previously mentioned, there is scripture index in the back of each volume, that I have used; and as luck would have it, the text I needed yesterday for the First Sunday in Lent, was in one of the three volumes already issued. I greatly look forward to receiving each volume as they are issued. The price (especially with the this site discount) is money well spent.