How can preachers preach biblically faithful sermons that move listeners to positive action? An author on the cutting edge of contemporary homiletics and theology offers a fresh approach to preaching that helps listeners see themselves as actors in God's grand drama. Ahmi Lee presents a unifying "third way" in homiletical approaches (i.e., theodramatic) that reimagines the preacher's role in relation to the Bible, the congregation, and the world. The book not only helps students understand various preaching models but also is relevant to working preachers who want to critique and improve their approach. Foreword by Mark Labberton.
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About the Author
Ahmi Lee (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of preaching at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. She has served in congregations in the Chicago area in various capacities, and she is an active preacher and speaker worldwide.
Table of ContentsContents
Foreword Mark Labberton
1. The Traditional Homiletic: Truth Mined, Truth Proclaimed
2. The Conversational Homiletic: Communal Meaning-Making
3. A Critique of the Conversational Homiletic
4. A Dramatic Approach to Theology
5. The Shape of a Theodramatic Homiletic
6. Four Perspectives at Play within a Theodramatic Homiletic