Item description for The Sermon As Symphony: Preaching the Literary Forms of the New Testament by Mike Graves...
Overview The Sermon As Symphony examines ten literary forms in the New Testament and illustrates their use in sample sermons from some of today's best-known preachers, among them Eugene Lowry, William Willimon, and Frederick Buechner.
Publishers Description In this call to consider the way that biblical texts present themselves, Graves examines ten of the most significant and practical literary forms in the New Testament.
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Studio: Judson Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.99 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1997
Publisher Judson Press
ISBN 0817012575 ISBN13 9780817012571
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More About Mike Graves
Mike Graves is William K. McElvaney Visiting Professor of Preaching at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri, and Regional Minister of Preaching for the Greater Kansas City Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). "David May is a professor of New Testament at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, Kansas, and adjunct professor for the University of Missouri Doctoral Faculty in Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of Revelation: Weaving a Tapestry of Hope (Smyth & Helwys, 2001) as well as numerous articles related to the social and cultural world of the New Testament.
Mike Graves currently resides in Kansas City, in the state of Missouri. Mike Graves was born in 1957.
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Biblically Sensitive, Sound Homeletic Instruction Jan 10, 2001
Mike Graves provides an approach to homeletics which considers first the Biblical text and its own form, and urges the preacher to consider the way the Biblical text tells its story while crafting their sermons, and let the text dictate the form. A sound homeletical heremaneutic is presented, as well as several sample sermons of different forms from the Biblical text. An excellent preaching textbook, and a necessary reference for 21st Century preaching.