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Preaching Luke's Gospel: A Narrative Approach
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 078801112X, Audio CD)Preachers and Bible teachers will find this book helpful in guiding them to be biblical storytellers. Testimonies to the value of Dr. Richard Jensen's book have been numerous and include the following:
Rather than preach about the biblical text one is encouraged and equipped to proclaim the biblical narrative. His book is refreshingly practical and biblical. It stimulates biblical preaching, preparation and proclamation. The preacher is moved from telling a story to telling the story.
Pastor Paul Gunsten
St. Philip Lutheran Church
I really appreciate the direction each chapter opens for possible preaching emphasis. I thought the first few chapters might just be flukes ... but each succeeding one holds its own. Thanks!
Pastor William Lawson
Trinity Lutheran Church
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Through a process of ""narrative analogy"" Dr. Jensen shows how the stories in the appointed texts of the Revised Common Lectionary relate to the other stories in Luke/Acts. In so doing, he opens up new discoveries for preaching.
Richard A. Jensen is well known for his 10 years of preaching for the national radio program Lutheran Vespers. He is currently Dean of the Program for Doctor of Ministry in Preaching sponsored by the Association of Chicago Theological Seminaries and also professor of Homiletics at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. In addition to three years of teaching in Ethiopia, Jensen has served as professor at Dana College, Wartburg Theological Seminary, and Luther/Northwest Seminary. He has served as Producer/Host of two television series, and is the author of eight books and numerous published articles.
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