Bible in Theology & Preaching: How Preachers Use Scripture

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In The Bible in Theology and Preaching, Donald McKim offers a complete and balanced survey of ways Christians perceive and interpret the Bible. By beginning with a history of classic Roman Catholic and Reformation positions on Scripture, he delivers an extensive overview of each theological perspective, with sermons by distinguished theologians and preachers to show how the Bible is used by preachers.

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Overview

In The Bible in Theology and Preaching, Donald McKim offers a complete and balanced survey of ways Christians perceive and interpret the Bible. By beginning with a history of classic Roman Catholic and Reformation positions on Scripture, he delivers an extensive overview of each theological perspective, with sermons by distinguished theologians and preachers to show how the Bible is used by preachers.

McKim offers a complete and balanced survey of ways Christians perceive and interpret the Bible. Beginning with a history of classic Catholic and Reformation positions on Scripture, he delivers an extensive overview of each theological perspective, with sermons by distinguished theologians and preachers to show how the Bible is used.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780687446117
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/1994
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.03 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Table of Contents

Sermon Contributors 9
Preface to the First Edition 11
Foreword to the Revised Edition 13
Introduction 15
I Roman Catholicism: Classic and Contemporary 17
II Protestantism: Lutheran, Reformed, and Anabaptist 29
III Liberal Theology: Scripture as Experience 40
IV Fundamentalist Theology: Scripture as Proposition 52
V Scholastic Theology: Scripture as Doctrine 63
VI Neo-Orthodox Theology: Scripture as Witness 76
VII Neo-Evangelical Theology: Scripture as Message 87
VIII Existential Theology: Scripture as Living Encounter 100
IX Process Theology: Scripture as Unfolding Action 115
X Narrative Theology: Scripture as Stories That Shape 125
XI Latin American Liberation Theology: Scripture as the Foundation for Freedom 137
XII Black Theology: Scripture as Liberation for the Oppressed 150
XIII Asian Theology: Scripture as Stories for Freedom 159
XIV Feminist and Womanist Theologies: Scripture as the Mother of Models 172
Afterword 192
Notes 199
Index 245
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