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What Not to Say

A Theological Commentary on the Bible

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ISBN-13: 9780664235109
Published: 30/09/2011
Product description

In this humorous guide, John C. Holbert and Alyce M. McKenzie provide helpful and practical advice for avoiding the common mistakes that many preachers make in their sermons. Useful for preachers, students, and teachers alike, What Not to Say addresses how to use language about God, how to use stories in preaching, and what not to say (and what to say) in the beginning, middle, and end of sermons. A companion video with preaching illustrations is available online at wjkbooks.com.

Author Information

John C. Holbert, Alyce M. McKenzie

John C. Holbert is the Lois Craddock Perkins Professor of Homiletics at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas. He is the author of several books and articles on preaching. Alyce M. McKenzie is Professor of Homiletics at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas. She is the author of several books, including The Parables for Today, Preaching Proverbs: Wisdom for the Pulpit, and Novel Preaching.

Product Reviews

"Alyce McKenzie and John Holbert have drawn on their years of experience teaching the art of preaching and have created a book that is not only smart and full of practical wisdom, it is also witty and a delight to read. Their lists of 'things not to do' and 'things to do' in sermons are so down-to-earth and practical, one almost forgets how deeply rooted they are in good theology and solid homiletical theory." Thomas G. Long, Professor of Preaching, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

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Thu 29 Oct 2020 @ 13:24

RT @dpgusheeMy latest podcast interview about "After Evangelicalism." Great conversation! @wjkbooks https://t.co/OExnMiIemq