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Emerging Homilitecs - A Pentecostal Response

Emerging Homilitecs - A Pentecostal Response

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Published by Rick Wadholm
It is hoped that through a study of one leading voice (Doug Pagitt's) in the Emerging Church Movement (ECM) that there might be a more well-rounded perspective of what ECM may be offering for homiletics as well as the potential impact specifically upon the field of homiletics. While Pagitt's voice will not be the only voice, it will be the primary one as he has written several volumes on the question of homiletics from the ECM perspective.

Pagitt's own model for homiletics will be discussed in its relation to Pentecostal homiletical thinking and practice as a model which might better exemplify what Pagitt is aiming to accomplish, but perhaps without many of the pitfalls. In order to facilitate this study, questions of worldview, hermeneutic and homiletic will be briefly presented from a post-modern perspective with particular attention to such matters as proposed by Pagitt. The notion of “story,” and “community” will be discussed as it relates to the Pentecostal experience of preaching in response to the post-modern perspective proposed by Pagitt.

The Pentecostal response which is offered as a conclusion is tentatively intended to both utilize the strengths of Pagitt's proposal as well as critique it in hopes of proposing a more thoroughly Biblical and Pneumatic approach to homiletics within the broader ECM.
It is hoped that through a study of one leading voice (Doug Pagitt's) in the Emerging Church Movement (ECM) that there might be a more well-rounded perspective of what ECM may be offering for homiletics as well as the potential impact specifically upon the field of homiletics. While Pagitt's voice will not be the only voice, it will be the primary one as he has written several volumes on the question of homiletics from the ECM perspective.

Pagitt's own model for homiletics will be discussed in its relation to Pentecostal homiletical thinking and practice as a model which might better exemplify what Pagitt is aiming to accomplish, but perhaps without many of the pitfalls. In order to facilitate this study, questions of worldview, hermeneutic and homiletic will be briefly presented from a post-modern perspective with particular attention to such matters as proposed by Pagitt. The notion of “story,” and “community” will be discussed as it relates to the Pentecostal experience of preaching in response to the post-modern perspective proposed by Pagitt.

The Pentecostal response which is offered as a conclusion is tentatively intended to both utilize the strengths of Pagitt's proposal as well as critique it in hopes of proposing a more thoroughly Biblical and Pneumatic approach to homiletics within the broader ECM.

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Published by: Rick Wadholm on Feb 28, 2013
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