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Stirring up in a devotional way

Peter Forster looks at the art of preaching

Serving God’s Words: Windows on preaching and ministry
Paul A. Barber, Richard J. Condie, and Andrew S. Malone, editors

IVP £11.99
(978-1-84474-547-0)
Church Times Bookshop £10.80

Subversive Obedience: Truth-telling and the art of preaching
Walter Brueggemann and K. C. Hanson

SCM £16.99
(978-0-334-04494-9)

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