7 edition of Contemporary African American Preaching found in the catalog.
by Chalice Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||154|
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In Preaching on Wax, Lerone A. Martin offers the first full-length account of the oft-overlooked religious history of the phonograph industry. He explains why a critical mass of African American ministers teamed up with the major phonograph labels of the day, how and why black consumers eagerly purchased their religious records, and how this. The Problem of African American Public (S): Dewey and African American Politics in the 21st Century. Eddie S. Glaude - - Contemporary Pragmatism 7 (1) details Dewey's account of the eclipse of publics in The Public and Its Problems has special relevance to the contemporary challenges of post-soul politics.
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This second book, 'Contemporary African American Preaching', is a text with a different focus, but shares Bond's accessible and interesting writing style, as well as innovative ways of looking at her topic.
One of the more interesting things about this book is that Bond is not an African American; she is praised by African-American scholars and /5(3). Contemporary African American Preaching () by L. Susan Bond. Title: Contemporary African American Preaching By: L.
Susan Bond Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Chalice Press Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 10 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages: Buy Contemporary African American Preaching by Dr. L Susan Bond online at Alibris.
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Shop African American preaching books at Alibris. The Introduction to African American Preaching is an important, groundbreaking book.
This book acknowledges African American preaching as an academic discipline, and invites all students and preachers into a scholarly, dynamic, and useful exploration of the topic. Author Frank Thomas opens with a “bus tour” study of African American s: The New World formed a socio-cultural setting in which Christian themes merged with preexistent African religious concepts and epic traditions to create a unique folkloric genre, African American hermeneutics.
4 This is the process by which the experience of being African in America is merged with the biblical text, to engender biblical.
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You'll write powerful and fresh messages every week with our preparation tools on a number of sermon topics, including expository preaching. 5. Thomas G. Long. Long is an emeritus preaching professor and director of the Early Career Pastoral Leadership Program at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology in Atlanta.
His textbook The Witness of Preaching is used in theological schools across the globe. The survey notes, "InPreaching magazine named The Witness of Preaching as one of the 25 most influential books.
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From toapproximately one hundred African American clergymen teamed up with leading record labels such as Columbia, Paramount, Victor-RCA to record and sell their sermons on wax.
While white clerics of the era, such as Aimee Semple McPherson and Charles Fuller, became religious entrepreneurs and celebrities through their pioneering. On Preaching by H.B. Charles Jr. The Word Made Plain: The Power and Promise of Preaching by James Henry Harris.
Preaching with Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, to the present by Martha Simmons (Editor), Frank A.
Thomas (Editor), Gardner C. Taylor (Foreword) The Burdensome Joy of Preaching by James Earl Massey. The Gospel in the African-American Experience were among the top titles recommended by recommended by Mark Croston, national director of black church partnerships at LifeWay Christian Resources.
Principles of preaching from the Book of Hebrews and practical steps to immediately apply each to your preaching. Read More. Start Your Membership Today Preaching Today Biblical Preaching Award Winners The Model Sermon.
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The overlooked African American religious history of the phonograph industry Winner of the Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize for outstanding scholarship in church history by a first-time author presented by the American Society of Church History Certificate of Merit, Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research presented by the /5(2).
Portraying the many approaches that are empowering preaching in African American churches today, Bond shows how different theological perspectives produce different methods of sermon preparation and delivery, different strategies for selecting illustrative material, and even different ways of beginning and ending sermons.
—Midwest Book Review, August placing them within larger American and Christian historical contexts as well as the particular contexts of the African American experience and prophetic preaching traditions.
Associate Professor, University of California, Davis, Author, Righteous Riches: the Word of Faith Movement and Contemporary.The book is also filled with stories of remarkable African Americans like Sergeant William H.
Carney, who won the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery at the crucial assault on Fort Wagner during the Civil War, and Benjamin “Pap” Singleton, a former slave who led freed African Americans to a new life on the American frontier.Much of this genius of the African American preaching tradition has been oral, and as such, has travelled in the oral tradition.
Only in the last four plus decades, in the wake of America’s discovery of the power of black preaching in the public ministry of Martin Luther King, Jr., has the academic theological community paid serious attention.