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Design for preaching

Author: Henry Grady Davis
Publisher: Philadelphia, Muhlenberg Press [1958]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Grady Davis
OCLC Number: 1096306
Description: 307 pages 22 cm
Contents: 1. Substance and form --
union of substance and form --
primary form of thought --
effect of form --
concern with form --
form and the hearer --
form and the message --
danger of formalism --
form to be mastered --
disciplines required --
directions of study --
2. Footnote on terminology --
anatomical questions: structural, functional --
a sense of form --
neglect of form --
a layman's protest --
Chalmer's idea --
Jesus' theme at Nazareth --
unity --
Jowett's method --
other methods --
4. The text as Source --
ideas, spontaneous and otherwise --
tests of the idea --
sources of ideas --
scripture --
scripture as source and resource --
the gospel test --
Hamartolos' objection --
questioning a text: John 8:31-36 --
Matthew 22:24-40 --
the sermon's implications --
5. What's in a subject? --
faults of the general subject --
character of a true subject --
Fosdick on forgiveness --
Barth on repentance --
decisiveness of subject matter --
examples of too-general subjects --
a fuzzy subject --
a noun subject --
a predicating subject --
a compound subject --
a quoted subject --
a figurative subject --
a completed idea --
6. The expanding thought --
power of a though to expand --
lines of expansive force --
difficulty of studying expansion --
"false prophets" --
Matthew 7:15-23 --
Questioning this text --
a sermon it produced --
7. Functional forms: Proclamation --
form following function --
a changed world view --
its effect on the concept of preaching --
human tragedy and the gospel --
Hamartolos on the human tragedy --
proclamation in the new testament --
the power of the gospel --
its purpose to recreate humanity --
necessity of proclamation --
8. Functional forms: Teaching and Therapy --
teaching in the new testament --
different forms of the same content --
teaching in the Christian assembly presupposes the new life in Christ --
examples of Didache --
Therapeutic speech in the new testament --
therapy in the apostolic ministry --
danger of appeal to wrong motives --
9. Organic forms --
forms of the idea --
form determining structure --
a subject discussed --
a thesis supported --
a message illumined --
a question propounded --
a story told 10. Continuity: Nature and Types --
a movement in time --
the hearing situation --
audible design --
designing a continuity --
a deductive continuity --
an inductive continuity --
a logical continuity --
a chronological continuity --
a dramatic continuity --
11. Continuity: Introduction and conclusion --
the first minutes --
purpose of an introduction --
varieties of introduction --
the las minutes --
purposes of the conclusion --
varieties of conclusion --
12. Tense and Mode --
tense as a point of view --
once for all and now --
links with the past --
preaching in the present tense --
the mode of the sermon --
mode as a point of view --
imperative: the "we ought" sermon --
conditional: the "in order to" sermon --
indicative: "it is" sermon --
mode of the gospel --
13. Processes in Interpretation --
interpreter of life --
processes distinguished --
interpretations of man --
diagnosis: description --
etiology: causation --
prescription --
14. Forms of development --
particularity --
generalization --
necessity of adequate generalization --
functions of generals and particulars --
the concrete image --
general illustration --
specific illustration --
meaning of illustration --
explanation --
restatement --
testimony --
15. Writing for the ear --
models of oral language --
difference between speech and writing --
economy of words --
euphonious words --
plain words --
sensuous, specific words --
nouns and verbs --
the heard sentence --
long sentences in speech --
functions of long and short sentences --
management of the short sentence --
virtues and vices of the longer sentence --
management of longer sentences --
sentence structure --
connecting words --
correspondence --
co-ordination --
length of inner parts --
positions of strength
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