Adjective(1) of the nature of a homily or sermon(2) of or relating to homiletics
(1) ├ö├ç├┐So it is,├ö├ç├û he said, using an old homiletic transition, ├ö├ç├┐that we can seldom help anybody.(2) He finds himself giving advice and telling homiletic stories (remembered from his mother's knee), then fasting to bring an end to the drought which endangers the livelihood of the villagers.(3) I would like to suggest a more homiletic answer for our questions.(4) Indeed, it is difficult to square the homiletic call for virtue as the answer to the ├ö├ç├┐human predicament,├ö├ç├û with which he ends the book, with his hard-boiled foreign policy columns.(5) Myerhoff's interest in storytelling corresponded with a broad revival of Jewish storytelling - scholarly, performative, and homiletic - that began in the 1980s.(6) The writing itself is more conversational than homiletic .(7) His lecture is homiletic in tone and content.(8) Finally, there are wonderful entries on pastoral, homiletic , and liturgical practices in the North African church, and also reports on the extensive archeological research at sites connected to his life and times.(9) Yet his decade of pastoral ministry at Durham also left a communal and homiletic legacy that has not received the recognition it deserves.(10) Much of his poetry is technically weak and diffuse, marred by careless versification, awkward shifts in diction, overblown rhetoric, and homiletic digressions.(11) This book is dense with academic and homiletic insights.(12) We then get homiletic lectures on the virtues of Shakespeare, English and the royal family before selected detainees launch spontaneously into a retelling of Pericles.(13) In the homiletic writings, Jacob symbolizes the spiritual, and Esau the secular.(14) In some of the greatest homiletic prose ever set down in writing, St. Bernard of Clairvaux interpreted the Song of Songs as the Bible's way of expressing the nuptials of the soul and God.(15) This resource brings together ecumenically and academically diverse preachers, each of whom the church recognizes for their homiletic skills.(16) Taylor's sermons use modern homiletic theory as well as styles of the African-American and nineteenth-century backgrounds.
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