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Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Thoughts on Preaching and the Teaching of Preaching
Looking at today’s North American cultural climate, Alyce McKenzie reflects on what it’s time to let go of in preaching and in the teaching of preaching—and what it’s time to grab hold of.
Academic Article | November 09, 2020
Worship for Post-Modern Times
What kinds of questions should we be asking so that we think about the struggles of young people in post-modern times? How does the Gospel minister to these basic issues of life?
Audio | February 22, 2013
Postmodernism, Worship, and Evangelism
While we often associate "postmodernism" with the explosion of communications technology or the outlandish claims of "deconstruction," this workshop suggested that postmodernism might also mean a return to symbols, icons, and ritual. With this in mind, this workshop explored the shape of worship as evangelism in postmodernity.
Audio | January 01, 2009
Postmodernism and Community Memory
Does your church want to be relevant to postmodern people? If so, how much should your worshiping community connect or disconnect with memory? A feature story exploring Postmodernism and Community Memory.
Feature Story | March 25, 2008
Why Preach Sermons Based on a Catechism?
It turns out that preaching sermons based on the Heidelberg Catechism--or other confessions--hits home with worshipers, including those from the postmodern generation. A feature story exploring the value of preaching sermons based on a Catechism.
Feature Story | August 31, 2007
In Search of the 'NuHomiletic'
What is the homiletical counterpart to the "Emergent" church movement/conversation? In an increasingly postmodern world, how does the church speak a Word from God? The panel explored some of the current experiments in postmodern proclamation as the church makes its way to finding a culturally authentic "NuHomiletic."
Audio | January 01, 2007