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Preachers recognize that the homiletical landscape has continued to evolve in ways that influence how preaching ought to be done—e.g., the rise of postmodernity, the decline of the mainline church, cultural pluralism, biblical and theological illiteracy. Those considered to be the pillars of the New Homiletic—David Buttrick, Fred Craddock, Eugene Lowry, Henry Mitchell, and Charles Rice—discuss how to change their homiletical approach for a new day. Each of these distinguished scholars offers lecture describing how their mind has changed, preaches a sermon reflecting these changes, and participate in a panel discussion with younger respondents.

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