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Communicating the faith indirectly : selected sermons, addresses, and prayers / Paul L. Holmer ; edited by David J. Gouwens and Lee C. Barrett III ; foreword by William H. Willimon ; afterword by David Cain.

By: Holmer, Paul L.
Contributor(s): Gouwens, David Jay | Barrett, Lee C | Willimon, William H | Cain, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The Paul L. Holmer papers ; 3.Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. : James Clarke & Co., 2013Description: 1 online resource (xx, 171 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780227901892; 0227901894.Subject(s): Philosophical theology | Preaching | Preaching | RELIGION -- Sermons -- Christian | RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- General | Philosophical theology | PreachingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Communicating the Faith Indirectly : Selected Sermons, Addresses, and Prayers.DDC classification: 252.02 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
pt. 1. Holmer on the sermon, liturgy, ministry, and spirituality -- pt. 2. Sermons, addresses, and prayers.
Summary: In this, the third volume of The Paul L. Holmer Papers: the reader will see Holmer's deep concern with the problems and possibilities of the sermon, liturgy, ministry, and spirituality. Inspired by S�ren Kierkegaard's reflections on ""indirect communication"", and by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Holmer not only reveals his strenuous reflection on the sermon, but also givesconcrete examples of his own efforts to communicate, enabling his hearers and readers to ""make sense"" of their lives. In the first part of this volume, Holmer reflects upon Kierkegaard's ""indirect communication"", a communication n.
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pt. 1. Holmer on the sermon, liturgy, ministry, and spirituality -- pt. 2. Sermons, addresses, and prayers.

In this, the third volume of The Paul L. Holmer Papers: the reader will see Holmer's deep concern with the problems and possibilities of the sermon, liturgy, ministry, and spirituality. Inspired by S�ren Kierkegaard's reflections on ""indirect communication"", and by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Holmer not only reveals his strenuous reflection on the sermon, but also givesconcrete examples of his own efforts to communicate, enabling his hearers and readers to ""make sense"" of their lives. In the first part of this volume, Holmer reflects upon Kierkegaard's ""indirect communication"", a communication n.

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