Doctrine That Dances reviewed at Theology Forum

06Apr09

“My point is simply that  there is much to be learned by carefully and sympathetically hearing the heart beat of preaching, and teaching about preaching, from another tradition.  Smith’s home in the African American tradition of preaching offers up a sustained mining of its strengths for preaching more generally.  He consistently takes up scriptural examples, piling them on top of each other for emphasis…”

“Smith places a very welcome emphasis on the holistic character of preaching with respect of the preacher and the integrity of life lived, and the necessary, even if underdeveloped, Trinitarian convictions that sustain this account.”

– Andy Draycott, Teaching Fellow, University of Aberdeen

Read the entire review at Theology Forum…

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