Dying to Be Creative: Playing In/With the Homiletical Hiatus
Harbored within the preaching event is an innate and necessary spacing wherein the creativity of God—the Creative—works in and upon sermonic discourse. Against the grain of homiletical assumptions, governed as they are by Western philosophical assumptions, this essay points to the originary spacing structured by the Creative and offers an orientation to sermon development and delivery that attempts to engage the Creative for preaching.
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