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Preaching to Strangers: Evangelism in Today's World

by William H. Willimon, Stanley M. Hauerwas

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This is a series of sermons given by Will Willimon, who was the dean of Duke Chapel, and critiqued by Stanley Hauerwas, a theologian who teaches at Duke Divinity School. They co-wrote Resident Aliens, a book about living Christianly in a secular culture.

Willimon is clearly a good preacher, and if you like reading sermons, his are worth the effort. Even better is Hauerwas's thoughtful responses. It is too bad that they could not do tag team sermons!

Neither of these men are fundamentalists, and this is a decent intro to Hauerwas, who has become one the more influential theologians of the end of the last century. ( )
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