The Homiletical Plot

The Sermon as Narrative Art Form

Author: Eugene L. Lowry

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press


Category: Religion

Page: 138

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Now in reissue with a new foreword by Fred B. Craddock and afterword by the author, Eugene L. Lowry, The Homiletical Plot, Expanded Edition follows in the same solid tradition of its predecessor. Upon its release, The Homiletical Plot quickly became a pivotal work on the art of preaching. Instead of comments on a biblical passage, Lowry suggested that the sermon follow a narrative form that moves from beginning to end, as with the plot of a story. This expanded edition continues to be an excellent teaching resource and learning tool for all preachers from introductory students to seasoned clergy.

The Homiletical Beat

Why All Sermons Are Narrative

Author: Eugene L. Lowry

Publisher: Abingdon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 114

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Sermon Time: The Narrative Principle of Preaching

Preaching the New Testament

Author: Ian Paul

Publisher: InterVarsity Press


Category: Religion

Page: 263

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Editors Ian Paul and David Wenham present this collection of scholarly reflections on preaching from the New Testament. With an impressive cast of senior and younger scholars, the book covers all the main texts and genres of the New Testament, adding key chapters on the infancy narratives, parables, miracles, archaeology, hermeneutics and more.

The Athenæum

A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama






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