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Preaching During a Pandemic

The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition, Volume I
  • By Andre E. Johnson, Kimberly P. Johnson, Wallis C. Baxter III
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Preaching During a Pandemic: The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition is a two-volume collection of sermons from those who preach within the Black preaching tradition during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By publishing these sermons, the editors address questions such as what were those who preached in the Black preaching tradition sharing with their congregants? How were they incorporating and infusing COVID-19 in their sermons? What shape did the prophetic and priestly sermon take when preaching during a pandemic? Were specific models or types of sermons--womanist, prophetic/liberation, narrative, contemplative, celebrative, expository, thematic, induction, deductive--more frequently employed during a crisis?

Across the two volumes, the editors collate 29 sermons and provide detailed introductions to each book examining the context and themes of the texts in an illuminating and accessible manner. It will make fascinating reading for students and scholars of Communication and Religious Studies.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781433186172
    • ISBN 13: 9781433186172
    • Publication Date: 02/23/2023
    • Format: Hardcover
    • Author: Andre E. Johnson
    • Author: Kimberly P. Johnson
    • Author: Wallis C. Baxter III

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