How Women Transform Preaching

How Women Transform Preaching

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Synopsis

Women preachers are everywhere. The pulpit, once a bastion of male presence and power, has become, in many denominations, a place where women regularly exercise their gifts, leading congregations and proclaiming God's word each week. The number of women scholars who are publishing and teaching in the field of preaching has also expanded dramatically.Leonora Tubbs Tisdale explores how the presence of women preachers and scholars of preaching has transformed the practice of homiletics this country—from the reclamation of women's "herstory" in preaching, to the topics addressed in preaching and scholarship, to the way in which Biblical hermeneutics and theologizing are undertaken in preaching, to the imagery, illustrations, shape and embodiment of the sermons themselves. How Women Transform Preaching begins with a fascinating survey, including statistical information and historical analysis. Interviewing 16 women preachers/homileticians, Tisdale shares 'untold stories' of women preachers throughout history who are largely unknown but who serve as examples of both the struggle and power of women's preaching. She then tells the stories of contemporary women preachers. Throughout, Tisdale draws practical lessons for the reader, showing what students, homileticians, and preachers can learn from extraordinary women preachers.

Book information

ISBN: 9781791013363
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Imprint: Abingdon Press
Pub date:
Language: English
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 136g
Height: 224mm
Width: 147mm
Spine width: 10mm