A new model for post-apologetic preaching in a pluralistic world.
Sermons as conversations that take place in multiple directions between Scripture and traditions and the world today…that’s the basis of a new and dynamic conversational preaching model suggested by Ron Allen and Wes Allen in The Sermon without End. Not only do the authors provide a solid foundation for understanding this new approach to preaching, they also offer practical, real-pulpit guidance for implementation. The book provides skill- and confidence-building advice for those who wish to reach people in meaningful and significant ways—and in ways that make sense for today. A leading edge resource on this emerging conversational model for preaching for both scholars and practicing preachers alike.
"This book deserves to be widely applauded. It provides a post-apologetic lens to illuminate the history of various modern homiletical discourses even as it envisions a postmodern one. ... I strongly recommend this book for homileticians, preachers, and lay people alike." - Duse Lee, Boston University School of Theology - Reviewed in Homiletic