Preaching During a Pandemic: The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition, Volume II (Hardcover)

Preaching During a Pandemic: The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition, Volume II By Andre E. Johnson (Other), Andre E. Johnson (Editor), Kimberly P. Johnson (Editor) Cover Image

Preaching During a Pandemic: The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition, Volume II (Hardcover)

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Preaching During a Pandemic: The Rhetoric of the Black Preaching Tradition is a two volume collection of sermons from those who preach within the Black preaching tradition during the COVID19 pandemic.

Andre E. Johnson is Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Media Studies in the Department of Communication and Film at the University of Memphis. He teaches classes in African American public address; rhetoric, race, and religion; media studies; interracial communication; homiletics; and hip hop studies. He is the author of No Future in This Country: The Prophetic Pessimism of Bishop Henry McNeal Turner (2020). Dr. Johnson is also Senior Pastor of Gifts of Life Ministries in Memphis, Tennessee. Kimberly P. Johnson is Associate Professor in the Communication Studies concentration area at Tennessee State University. She brings to the Department of Communication her areas of specialization: political, religious, and African American rhetoric; rhetorical criticism; cultural criticism; and womanism. Dr. Johnson has presented her research at professional communication associations such as the National Communication Association, Rhetoric Society of America, Southern States Communication Association, and the Tennessee Communication Association. She is the author of The Womanist Preacher: Proclaiming Womanist Rhetoric from the Pulpit (2017). Wallis C. Baxter III is the pastor of Second Baptist Church SW in District Heights, Maryland. He is a 2009 graduate of Duke Divinity School with an M.Div. degree and a 2017 graduate of Howard University with a Ph.D. in African American literature. Dr. Baxter's research interests include the shape of prophetic ministry from Reconstruction to today, 19th-century African American literature and liberation, ethics in Black and White America, and Black identity and gentrification within capitalistic America. He is the author of You Must Be Born Again: Phillis Wheatley as Prophetic Poet (2022).
Product Details ISBN: 9781433187520
ISBN-10: 1433187523
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publi
Publication Date: February 22nd, 2023
Pages: 106
Language: English