Principles and Patterns of Reasoning
Series:De Gruyter Studium
Aims and Scope
In a dialogue with all of the theological disciplines and also with closely related human and philosophical sciences, this standard work sets out criteria for a contemporary approach to preaching. The assumptions, arguments, models, perspectives and methods for analyzing the homiletic process are presented in an understandable form. Figures and practical guidelines offer helpful illustrations. This comprehensive and engaging format makes this volume a supportive textbook, a reliable reference work and a stimulating aid for preaching – all in one.
- xxiv, 577 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Homiletics; sermon; hermeneutics; rhetoric
- Theologiestudierende, Pfarrerinnen und Pfarrer, Praktische Theologen
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"A wealth of important insights and elegant solutions to problems."
Zeitschrift für Praktische Theologie
"A work that provides students with a reliable introduction and those familiar with the current discourse with rich material for discussion."
"The book has everything that could be required of a genuine introduction to homiletics."
Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift
"A standard reference book with many suggestions for the homiletic work process!"
Zeitschrift für Gottesdienst und Predigt