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by Joris van Eijnatten

Free eBook Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century (A New History of the Sermon) download ISBN: 900417155X
Author: Joris van Eijnatten
Publisher: Brill (January 31, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 416
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Subcategory: Ministry and Evangelism
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The fourth volume in Brill s series A New History of the Sermon, this study examines the sermon during the long eighteenth century the era between Bossuet and Schleiermacher

The fourth volume in Brill s series A New History of the Sermon, this study examines the sermon during the long eighteenth century the era between Bossuet and Schleiermacher.

Yet preaching in the history of the Church was an interactive process, shaped not only by the wishes of civil and ecclesiastical powers but also . Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century.

Yet preaching in the history of the Church was an interactive process, shaped not only by the wishes of civil and ecclesiastical powers but also, more importantly, by the expectations and demands of parishioners themselves - which they often freely expressed.

This study offers a broad outline of the history of the eighteenth-century sermon. New History of the Sermon.

70 Van Eijnatten, ‘Reaching Audiences’, 140. 71 For characteristics of Baroque sermons for saints’ days, see the afterword in Welzig, Werner, Lobrede.

CHC, 7: Enlightenment, Reawakening and Revolution 1660‒1815 (Cambridge, 2008), 128‒46; Edwards, O. C. Jr, ‘Varieties of Sermon: A Survey of Preaching in the Long Eighteenth Century’, in van Eijnatten, Joris, e. Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century (Leiden and Boston, MA, 2009), 3‒53, especially 5‒11; Sträter et a. ‘Predigt’, 65‒96. 70 Van Eijnatten, ‘Reaching Audiences’, 140.

Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century, ed. by J. van Eijnatten. James Jerome Murphy, Rhetoric in the Middle Ages: A History of Rhetorical Theory From Saint Augustine to the Renaissance. of California Press, 1974)

Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century, ed. St. Augustine on the rhetoric of the sermon: "After all, the universal task of eloquence, in whichever of these three styles, is to speak in a way that is geared to persuasion. The aim, what you intend, is to persuade by speaking. of California Press, 1974). Excerpt from the most famous American sermon: "There is no want of power in God to cast wicked men into hell at any moment.

The long 19th century is a term coined for the 125-year period comprising the years 1789 through 1914 by Russian literary critic and author Ilya Ehrenburg and British Marxist historian and author Eric Hobsbawm. The term refers to the notion that the. The term refers to the notion that the period between 1789 and 1914 reflect a progression of ideas which are characteristic to an understanding of the 19th century.

This study examines the sermon during the 'long' eighteenth century - the era between Bossuet and Schleiermacher

This study examines the sermon during the 'long' eighteenth century - the era between Bossuet and Schleiermacher. Thematically, the book includes chapters on such topics as the theology of the eighteenth-century sermon, preachers' instructions, the sermon in daily life, delivery as a means of reaching congregations, and audience reception of preaching.

Joris van Eijnatten is general director of the Netherlands eScience Center Preaching, sermon and cultural change in the long eighteenth century.

Joris van Eijnatten is general director of the Netherlands eScience Center. As a cultural historian, he works on various interrelated fields, including the history of ideas, religion, media and communication. Proceedings of the Gale Digital Humanities Day at the British Library, May 2, 2019 Farmington Hills, MI: Gale. van Eijnatten, J. (2019).

The Theology of the Sermon in the Eighteenth Century’, in Joris van Eijnatten (e., Preaching, Sermon and Cultural Change in the Long Eighteenth Century. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 57–94. Preaching in England in the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries. Thomas Cromwell's Patronage of Preaching’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 8: 37–50. Certain Sermons or Homilies (1547) and a Homily against Disobedience and Wilful Rebellion (1570).

The fourth volume in Brill's series "A New History of the Sermon", this study examines the sermon during the 'long' eighteenth century - the era between Bossuet and Schleiermacher. It offers a broad outline of the history of preaching in this period, an overview of the research over the past three decades, and suggestions for new approaches to the subject. Thematically, the book includes chapters on such topics as the theology of the eighteenth-century sermon, preachers' instructions, the sermon in daily life, delivery as a means of reaching congregations, and audience reception of preaching. It also pays ample attention to the three important religious and intellectual currents of the long eighteenth century: (Neo-)classicism, Pietism, and the Enlightenment. The contributors are Alexander Bitzel, Francoise Deconinck-Brossard, O.C. Edwards, Joris van Eijnatten, Sabine Holtz, Pasi Ihalainen, Herman Roodenburg, Jonathan Strom, and Thomas Worcester.