A standard textbook on the art and craft of preaching. Craddock weaves history, theology, and hermeneutics into an exhaustive text on sermon preparation and preaching.
Painstakingly prepared for seminary students and clergy, this book answers the fundamental question: How does one prepare and deliver a sermon? Craddock's approach is practical, but also allows for concentrated study of any particular dimension of the process.
"Filled with practical wisdom. . . . A liberating book."--Richard Lischer, Duke University.
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two The Sermon in Context
threeA Theologyof Preaching
The Life of Study
eight Qualities toBe Sought in the Sermon Unity Memory
nine The Formation of the Sermon
ten Enriching the Form
eleven Delivering the Sermon