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Preaching Old Testament : proclamation & narrative in the Hebrew Bible /

by Holbert, John C.
Published by : Abingdon Press, (Nashville (US) :) Physical details: 128 p. ; 21 x 14 cm. ISBN: 0687338700. Subject(s): TEOLOGIA | ANTIGUO TESTAMENTO | HOMELETICA | RECURSOS PARA LA PREDICACION Year: 1991
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Libros Libros Biblioteca Pr. Thomas Wood
Colección Obispo Federico Pagura
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Incluye: Epílogo, p. 116.

Notas, p. 118.

Bibliografía seleccionada, p. 124.

"Preaching Old Testament" meets the need for more direcction in how to preach from the Hebrew Bible. You will learn particularly helpful techniques for preaching the narrative portinons of the Bible and why preaching from the Old Testament is theologically important.
After exploring theological reasons for preaching in the narrative mode, Holbert introduces a narrative homiletics and discusses its definition, problems, and possibilities. He then introduces some of the methods and techninques of a literaly analysis of narrative portions of the Hebrew Bible, which includes such element such elements as plot, actions and speech, constrasting characters, and point of view.
Two sample narrative sermons with brief comments inside the bodies of the sermons and extensive comments at he end of the sermons illustrate how the pastor can read and interpret the Old Testament story.

Theological reflexion on narrative.

Narrative preaching.

Reading the Bible's narrative.

A pure narrative sermon: "The best laugh of all".

A frame narrative sermon: "God, the mohabite window".

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