To teach, to delight, and to move : theological education in a post-Christian world / edited by David S. Cunningham ; [foreword by L. Gregory Jones]. - Eugene, OR : Cascade Books, c2004. - xiii, 323 p. ; 23 cm.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-303) and indexes.

Foreword / L. Gregory Jones -- Introduction: Re-visioning theological education -- The classical rhetorical tradition and theological education / David S. Cunningham, Don H. Compier, and James L. Boyce -- Beyond the classical paradigm : contemporary rhetorical analysis and theological education / Janet L. Weathers -- Rhetoric, postmodernism, and theological education : what has Vincennes to do with Athens or Jerusalem? / A.K.M. Adam -- Theology as communication : revelation, faith, and the church as ongoing dialogues / Bradford E. Hinze -- Theology as confession : redeeming a theological trope for pedagogy / Stephen H. Webb -- Theology as discernment : truth, power, and authority / Wes Avram -- Theology as testimony : rhetoric, public theology, and education for ministry / Don H. Compier -- Rhetoric and practical theology : toward a new paradigm / Richard R. Osmer -- Rhetoric and the word of God : treasure in earthen vessels / James L. Boyce -- Rhetoric and historical theology : Gregory the Theologian / Frederick W. Norris -- Rhetoric and Christian doctrine : trinity and teaching / David S. Cunningham -- Rhetoric and proclamation : a relational paradigm / Susan Karen Hedahl -- A rhetorical approach to theological education : assessing an attempt at re-visioning a curriculum / Donald Juel and Patrick Keifert.

1592449867 (pbk.) 9781592449866 (pbk.)


Theology--Study and teaching--United States

BV4030 / .T6 2004

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