Series: Fortress Resources for Preaching

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Preaching Paul by Daniel Patte1984
Worshipful Preaching by Gerard Stephen Sloyan1984
Holy Week Preaching by Krister Stendahl1985
A Trumpet in Darkness: Preaching to Mourners by Robert G. Hughes1985
The Word of God in Words: Reading and Preaching the Gospels by Bernard Brandon Scott1985
The Passion as Story: The Plot of Mark by John Blackwell1986
The Problem of Preaching by Donald Macleod1987
Preaching in Demonstration of the Spirit and Power by John Mason Stapleton1988
Preaching Jesus Christ: An Exercise in Homiletic Theology by David G. Buttrick1988
The "I" of the Sermon: Autobiography in the Pulpit by Richard L. Thulin1989
Imagery for Preaching by Patricia Wilson-Kastner1989
The Embodied Word: Preaching As Art and Liturgy by Charles L. Rice1991
Preaching Liberation by James H. Harris1995
Preaching As Local Theology and Folk Art by Leonora Tubbs Tisdale1997
Preaching Doctrine: For the Twenty-First Century by Robert G. Hughes1997
Preaching God's Compassion: Comforting Those Who Suffer by Leroy Aden2002
Preaching John by Robert Kysar2002
Preaching Mark by Bonnie B. Thurston2002
Envisioning The Word: The Use Of Visual Images In Preaching by Richard A. Jensen2005
Preaching Parables To Postmoderns by Brian C. Stiller2005
Preaching without Contempt: Overcoming Unintended Anti-Judaism by Marilyn J. Salmon2006

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