Fb2 A psychology for preaching (Harper's ministers paperback library) ePub
by Edgar Newman Jackson
|Author:||Edgar Newman Jackson|
|Publisher:||Harper & Row (1981)|
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A Psychology for Preaching book. A psychology for preaching (Harper's ministers paperback library). 0060641118 (ISBN13: 9780060641115).
A psychology for preaching by Edgar Newman Jackson, 1981, Harper & Row . Harper's ministers paperback library.
Are you sure you want to remove A psychology for preaching from your list? A psychology for preaching. 1st Harper & Row paperback ed. by Edgar Newman Jackson. Published 1981 by Harper & Row in San Francisco. Includes bibliographical references. 251. Library of Congress.
Series: Norton Library (Paperback). Paperback: 272 pages.
I've referred, in the past, to the preaching presentation as a three legged table: equal parts content, structure, and delivery. Where one is lacking, the sermon wobbles. Free Resources to Help You Preach with Impact - Preaching Life Journal.
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going application of psychological principles to preaching. However, it is something more than an " application. It has grown out of the author s effort to teach homiletical psychology to young ministers ; and he has found that many of them have so inadequate a grasp of psychology that a good deal of explanation had to precede the application. He has, therefore, gone more thoroughly into an exposition of the general principles of psychology than would be neces sary in a book which sought only to make an application of a science already understood.
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