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Postcolonial Preaching

Creating a Ripple Effect

; John McClure (Forord) ; Kathy Black (Innledning)

In Postcolonial Preaching, HyeRan Kim-Cragg argues that preaching is the act of dropping the stone of the Gospel into a lake, making waves to move hearts and transform the world wounded by colonial violence. Les mer
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In Postcolonial Preaching, HyeRan Kim-Cragg argues that preaching is the act of dropping the stone of the Gospel into a lake, making waves to move hearts and transform the world wounded by colonial violence. The ripple effect serves as a metaphor and acronym to guide to preaching that takes postcolonial concerns seriously: Rehearsal, Imagination, Place, Pattern, Language and Exegesis (RIPPLE). Kim-Cragg explains each "ripple" in this approach and exercise of creating and delivering sermons. The author delivers fresh insights while drawing on some traditional homiletical perspectives in the service of a homiletic that takes the reality of racism, migration, and environmental degradation seriously. Moreover, Kim-Cragg demonstrates the postcolonial sermon in action by including annotated homilies. This book contributes to the very first wave of the application of postcolonial scholarship in preaching. Given the continuing extent and influence of colonial worldviews and legacies, this approach should become a staple in preaching over the next generation.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Why Postcolonial Preaching?

Chapter 1: Rehearsal: Practicing the Realm of God Here And Now But Not Quite Yet

Chapter 2: Imagination: Proclaiming a New World Beyond Our Immediate Grasp

Chapter 3: Place: Grappling with Colonial Realities and Locating One's Own Social Location

Chapter 4: Pattern: Vessels to Carry the Living Water

Chapter 5: Language: Becoming a Postcolonial Polyglot with Cultural Linguistic Competency

Chapter 6: Exegesis: Exploring a Postcolonial Contrapuntal Reading for Interpreting Scripture

Conclusion: What Next

Afterword

Om forfatteren

HyeRan Kim-Cragg holds the inaugural Timothy Eaton Memorial Church Professorship in Preaching, Emmanuel College of Victoria University in the University of Toronto, Canada.