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In this classic book the renewing winds of the Reformation blow
afresh for today's pulpit. Herman Stuempfle challenges tidy
and trivial approaches to preaching with a call for sermons that
embody the deep and enduring theological themes of law and
gospel. In Stuempfle's vision, preaching once again becomes
both urgent and joyful.
Thomas G. long
Frances Landey Patton
Associate Professor of Preaching and Worship
Princeton Theological Semenary
Herman G. Stuempfle, Jr., claims that preachers are
theologians. In this volume he generates enthusiasm for that
task with clarity and insight. Offered here are ways to
proclaim forgiveness, reconciliation, certitude, homecoming, and
hope that give new voice to the classic theology of the Reformation.
Richard L. Thulin, Th. D.
Ulrich Professor of the Art of Preaching
Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, PA