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Reclaiming the imagination the exodus as paradigmatic narrative for preaching. von Bland, Dave (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 26.08.2009
  • Verlag: Chalice Press
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Reclaiming the imagination

Reclaiming the Imagination: The Exodus as Paradigmatic Narrative for Preaching, focuses on the paradigm of the exodus as developed in scripture. This book proposes that we allow the world imagined in the exodus narrative to form, inform, and transform the lives of preachers and congregations. The Exodus motif engages biblical scholars, theologians, and homileticians from evangelical and post liberal backgrounds with different perspectives as they listen and understand how the Exodus paradigm has shaped and continues to shape our identities. Reclaiming the Imagination: The Exodus as Paradigmatic Narrative for Preaching, focuses on the paradigm of the exodus as developed in scripture. This book proposes that we allow the world imagined in the exodus narrative to form, inform, and transform the lives of preachers and congregations. The Exodus motif engages biblical scholars, theologians, and homileticians from evangelical and post liberal backgrounds with different perspectives as they listen and understand how the Exodus paradigm has shaped and continues to shape our identities. Reclaiming the Imagination: The Exodus as Paradigmatic Narrative for Preaching, focuses on the paradigm of the exodus as developed in scripture. This book proposes that we allow the world imagined in the exodus narrative to form, inform, and transform the lives of preachers and congregations. The Exodus motif engages biblical scholars, theologians, and homileticians from evangelical and post liberal backgrounds with different perspectives as they listen and understand how the Exodus paradigm has shaped and continues to shape our identities.

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    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 26.08.2009
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780827232655
    Verlag: Chalice Press
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