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    John S. McClure,Burton Z Cooper
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Claiming Theology in the. has been added to your Cart. Burton Z. Cooper is Professor Emeritus of Philosophical Theology at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

Claiming Theology in the. Paperback: 156 pages. Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press (November 30, 2003).

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A former president of the Academy of Homiletics, his writings include The Four Codes of Preaching and Claiming Theology in the Pulpit (with Burton Z. Cooper).

Title: Claiming Theology in the Pulpit By: Burton Z Cooper, John S. McClure Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press Publication Date: 2003. Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) Weight: 10 ounces ISBN: 0664227023 ISBN-13: 9780664227029 Stock No: WW227023. Publisher's Description. A former president of the Academy of Homiletics, his writings include The Four Codes of Preaching and Claiming Theology in the Pulpit (with Burton Z. In the second half of their book, Cooper and McClure demonstrate how to use one's theological profile by relating verbatim excerpts from brainstorming sessions in a theology and preaching workshop

By Burton Z. Louisville, K. Westminster John Knox Press, 2003. In the second half of their book, Cooper and McClure demonstrate how to use one's theological profile by relating verbatim excerpts from brainstorming sessions in a theology and preaching workshop. The workshop was conducted to demonstrate how the theological profile can work to enhance the preacher's interpretation of biblical texts, cultural contexts, and congregational reality (chap. 3); and how the profile can aid in enhancing sermon composition (chap.

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Burton Z Cooper; John S McClure. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Through the use of a theological profile, Burton Cooper and John McClure help preachers become more aware of not only the broad theological traditions of the church but of their own particular theological appropriations.

Claiming Theology in the Pulpit. by Burton Z Cooper, John S. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780664227029 (978-0-664-22702-9) Softcover, Westminster John Knox Press, 2003. Find signed collectible books: 'Claiming Theology in the Pulpit'. Learn More at LibraryThing. John S. McClure at LibraryThing.

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You're here Christian Books Index Books Church and Pastoral Interest Claiming Theology in the Pulpit. Through the use of a theological profile, Cooper and McClure help preachers become more aware of not only the broad theological traditions of the church but of their own particular theological appropriations. Part I of the book lays out the eight categories of the theological profile, offering a worksheet for readers to identify in summary fashion their own theological position.

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Encapsulating years of experience integrating critical theological thinking with the preaching task, Claiming Theology in the Pulpit will be a welcomed resource to both preachers and students. Through the use of a theological profile, Burton Cooper and John McClure help preachers become more aware of not only the broad theological traditions of the church but of their own particular theological appropriations. Part One lays out the eight categories of the theological profile, offering a worksheet for readers to identify in summary fashion their own theological position. Part Two suggests specific ways that preachers can use the profile as a tool to become more theologically intentional in their preaching.