Critique on Preaching and Ministry Identity by Dr. Isaac R. Clark
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Dr. Isaac R. Clark delivers a class lecture on the critique of contemporary preaching, purposes of preaching, and the identity of the minister. He describes contemporary preaching as shallow and in the shadows. Dr. Clark further details the causes of contemporary preaching through the psychological and historical perspective of the Black experience. He also discusses the significance of oral proclamation in Christian communication. Finally, he references President Dwight Eisenhower with regard to the presidential debate between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy.
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Clark, Isaac R., "Critique on Preaching and Ministry Identity by Dr. Isaac R. Clark" (1963). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 5.
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