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Title Toward a womanist homiletic : Katie Cannon, Alice Walker, and emancipatory proclamation / Donna E. Allen.
Imprint New York : Peter Lang Publishing, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource
Series Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial studies in religion, culture, and social development, 1052-181X ; Vol. 13
Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial studies in religion, culture, and social development ; vol. 13.
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Subject Cannon, Katie G.
Walker, Alice, 1944-
Cannon, Katie G.
Walker, Alice, 1944-
Womanist theology.
Preaching.
Sermons, American -- African American authors.
Sermons, American -- Women authors.
Contents Moving toward a womanist homiletic -- Pathos, ethos, and embodiment -- Examination of a womanist preacher's sermonizing.
Summary The sermon is a major theological voice in the Black church; it carries enormous influence and is traditionally and predominantly a Christian-based theo-ethical construct. Through the sermon, the preacher negotiates the contours of African American sacred and secular culture. The congregation is invited to examine social morals and values according to the faith claims of the sermon.
Other Title Print version: Allen, Donna E. Toward a womanist homiletic. New York : Peter Lang Publishing, 2013 9781433113611