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"I" of the Sermon: Autobiography in the Pulpit (Fortress resources for preaching)
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 0800611489
ISBN-13: 9780800611484
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
Release Date: January, 1989
Length: 96 Pages
Weight: 6.4 ounces
Dimensions: 8.3 X 5.4 X 0.3 inches
Language: English
   
   

"I" of the Sermon: Autobiography in the Pulpit (Fortress resources for preaching)

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  A Guide for personal story preachers

This is indeed a very valuable book for a student of story preaching. Thulin classifies personal story preaching into four different types, though that classification could be called a bit arbitrary. Out of the four types, the one called 'self portrayal' is the type that would be most effective. The reasons he gives are well thought-out and the examples are excellent. This would be a basic guidebook for those who intend to experiment with personal stories in preaching. The check list and the table at the end are particulaly helpful.

If the book provided a good bibliography for the material dealt, it would have been a help for those who wanted to explore further on the subject.

Xavier Thelakkatt

 
  A Guide for personal story preachers

This is indeed a very valuable book for a student of story preaching. Thulin classifies personal story preaching into four different types, though that classification could be called a bit arbitrary. Out of the four types, the one called 'self portrayal' is the type that would be most effective. The reasons he gives are well thought-out and the examples are excellent. This would be a basic guidebook for those who intend to experiment with personal stories in preaching. The check list and the table at the end are particulaly helpful.

If the book provided a good bibliography for the material dealt, it would have been a help for those who wanted to explore further on the subject.

Xavier Thelakkatt