[Elements of a Sermon by Isaac R. Clark, and On Belief by Howard Thurman]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
In a class lecture on preaching at Interdenominational Theological Center, homiletics professor Isaac R. Clark discusses the introduction as an element of a sermon. He explains the functional and symbolic meaning of the introduction. Dr. Clark also describes the introduction as being important but not essential to the sermon. Also included is a lecture on belief given by Howard Thurman at the Interdenominational Theological Center.
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Clark, Isaac R.; Thurman, Howard; Richardson, Harry V.; and Shockley, Grant S., "[Elements of a Sermon by Isaac R. Clark, and On Belief by Howard Thurman]" (1969). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 7.
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