Voices Crying Out in the Wilderness: Theological Reflections Where Context Matters (Paperback)

Voices Crying Out in the Wilderness: Theological Reflections Where Context Matters By Angelo V. Chatmon (Contribution by), Kurt S. Clark (Contribution by), James E. Cook (Contribution by) Cover Image

Voices Crying Out in the Wilderness: Theological Reflections Where Context Matters (Paperback)

By Angelo V. Chatmon (Contribution by), Kurt S. Clark (Contribution by), James E. Cook (Contribution by)

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The Voice Within is a collection of clandestine yet operative theologies of preaching and teaching that emerge from the deep expressions of varied oppressed communities desiring their voices to be trumpeted in the preaching moment. An exploration of wisdom gleaned from Aristotle to Paul Tillich and from Samuel DeWitt Proctor to Katie Geneva Cannon and voices once unheard dares to utter theological reflections from within a myriad of contexts. Each contributor presents a unique and refreshing lens in the naming of God's grace within the 21st century.
Dr. Gregory M Howard is the Pastor of First Baptist Church East End in Newport News, Virginia and adjunct instructor of Homiletics at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. Dr. Howard is also the author of Sacred Rhetoric: The Gospel According to Gramma.
Product Details ISBN: 9781717141316
ISBN-10: 1717141315
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: May 14th, 2018
Pages: 174
Language: English