This essay, published in Volume III of The Oxford History of Protestant Dissenting Traditions, examines the art of preaching during the nineteenth century. Its focus is not the sermons themselves, but rather lectures on preaching delivered to ministerial students in England, the United States, and Canada. Topics addressed in these lectures include not only homiletic theory, but also other aspects of the preacher's work, such as prayer, pastoral visitation, and developing good working relationships with church officers and other members of the congregation.
Ellison, Robert H. “Preaching and Sermons.” The Oxford Handbook of Protestant Dissenting Traditions, vol. 3, edited by Timothy Larsen and Michael Ledger-Lomas, Oxford UP, 2017, pp. 369-386.
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