Preaching To The Converted

Author: Richard Leonard
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 0809144166
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Short (700 word) homilies for each Sunday for all three cycles, in one volume.

Preaching The Converted

Author: Samantha Zacher
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 144269131X
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Preaching the Converted provides a sustained literary analysis of the book's prose homilies and demonstrates that they employ rhetorical techniques commonly associated with vernacular verse.

Preaching To Convert

Author: John Fletcher
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 047211915X
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The book positions evangelicals as a diverse, complicated group confronting the loss of conservative Christianity’s default status in twenty-first–century U.S. culture.

New Feminist Art Criticism

Author: Katy Deepwell
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719042584
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Preaching. to. the. converted? Feminist. art. publishing. in. the. 1980s. Despite
media shrieks of post-feminism and the death of feminism, feminist art criticism
has survived into the nineties. In fact, in the late eighties, at the height of
predictions of feminism's demise, there was a flurry of feminist art publications
and so far the nineties has continued the trend. For the purposes of this article, I
am defining feminist art criticism as all writing about art — history, journalism,
theory — that is ...

The Soul Of The World

Author: Roger Scruton
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400850002
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Drawing on art, architecture, music, and literature, Scruton suggests that the highest forms of human experience and expression tell the story of our religious need, and of our quest for the being who might answer it, and that this search ...

Ellen White On Preaching

Author: Mervyn A. Warren
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 0828025533
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“The practical and the doctrinal should be combined in order to impress hearts
with the importance of yielding to the claims of truth after the understanding has
been convinced by the weight of evidence” (3T 237). Preach from a converted
heart. “Not all who preach the truth to others are sanctified by it. Some have but
faint views of the sacred character of the work. They fail to trust in God and to
have all their works wrought in Him. Their inmost souls have not been converted.
They have ...

English Inside And Out

Author: Susan Kamholtz Gubar
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134567790
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Preaching. to. the. Converted. GERALD GRAFF our state of upheaval a half
century later, what seemed like a loss of confidence in 1939 would seem like rock
-like self-assurance today. Even so, I think a foreshadowing of our current
agitations can be detected in the less noisy climate of half a century ago. 1939
was, after all, a critical historical moment, with the end of a depression and the
start of a world war. It was a moment when the American university, caught up in
the ...

Bernard Of Clairvaux

Author: Bernardo (Santo, ()
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809129171
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Bernard's sermon On Conversion was given in 1140 in Paris, as a public
discourse. It is unique among his sermons in the audience to which it is
addressed, and also in its point of departure. Bernard is not for once preaching to
the converted, to those who are trying with all their might to make progress on the
road to the presence of God. He is speaking to those who have not yet set out, or
at least not purposefully. The term con- versio at this date had, most commonly,
the sense of ...

Perspectives On Ecological Integrity

Author: L. Westra
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401104514
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They are more useful in preaching to the converted. In controversial situations,
environmental ethics need to be precise and complex enough to handle
controversy, and the underlying science must be predictive and explanatory.
Many soft environmental ethics—such as those of Callicott (1989), Leopold (1968
), Naess (1973), Rolston (1988), and Westra (1994), have great heuristic and
inspirational power, but they are incomplete in being qualitative and general.
They mainly preach ...