[Theological Definition of Preaching by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
In a lecture on theological preaching Dr. Isaac R. Clark discusses the knowledge consideration of his homiletics course. The course focuses on the concepts of theological interpretation: what preaching is from a divine point of view and psychological and sociological interpretation of what homiletics is from a human point of view. Dr. Clark also discusses the fallacy of preaching. Finally he explains why preaching is not merely human speaking but divine activity. Also included is coverage of the democratic and republican national conventions.
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Clark, Isaac R., "[Theological Definition of Preaching by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]" (1963). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 11.
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