Eunjoo Mary Kim is associate professor of homiletics and director of the Doctorof Ministry program at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado, andis an ordained Presbyterian minister. Dr. Kim has written numerous articlesand has published three books, Preaching the Presence of God: A Homileticfrom the Asian American Perspective; Women Preaching: Theology and PracticeThrough the Ages; and Preaching in an Age of Globalization.
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From Pilgrim Press Feb 20, 2008
Considering the lack of resources that exists in the study of women's preaching, this book makes a very significant contribution to the development of homiletics because it joins together the history of women preachers with theological reflection. It is the author's hope that this book will provide a broader and deeper basis for the theology of preaching as well as practical ways in which preachers can improve their own preaching by looking at a woman's perspective. Kim gives a detailed account of women preachers from ancient times until the present--from women of the Western and Eastern churches to women of Asian and Latin American churches--showing the perspectives and insights that increase and enhance out understanding of who God is and what God is doing as well as the implications for preaching now and in the future. Women Preaching is a call to the church to accept women preachers as a matter of justice and a theological necessity.