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This book will help pastors educated in the literate culture of academia bridge the cultural gap between them and those in their congregations who verbalize their faith in proverbs and stories. Tex Sample suggests some implications for preaching, teaching, and counseling and discusses how questions of morality and social change are handled by people who think in terms of communal relationship rather than abstract theory.
|1||Will Rogers, Uncle Remus, and Minnie Pearl: Doing Ministry in a World of Stories||1|
|2||The Practices of Traditional Orality: Doing Ministry with Traditional/Oral People||13|
|3||Loving Jesus and Justice: Doing Ethics with Traditional/Oral People||29|
|4||We Never Did It That Way Before: Tradition, Resistance, Subversion, and Change||45|
|5||Tradition and Practices: Doing Indigenous Social Change||59|
|6||A Faith Language of the Heart: Believing and Feeling with Traditional/Oral People||73|