When the authors of this book set about analyzing the data and reporting the findings of their extensive study on how laity hear sermons, they thought they would be sharing what listeners reported helps them enter into the meaning of a sermon and what prevents them from hearing what the preacher is saying. In a way, Believing in Preaching accomplishes this. But the surprising revelation of the study was the remarkable diversity with respect to how people listen to sermons. From the Channels of Listening series.
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Ronald J. Allen is Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Preaching and New Testament at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. He is author of many books, including Patterns of Preaching and Interpreting the Gospel, and coauthor of One Gospel, Many Ears and Listening to Listeners, all from Chalice Press.
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Diane Turner-Sharazz is instructor in homiletics and the Homer J. Elford Chair of Homiletics at the Methodist Theological School of Ohio.
Dawn Ottoni Wilhelm is assistant professor of preaching and worship at Bethany Theological Seminary in Richmond, Indiana.
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