Principles and Patterns of Reasoning

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Wilfried Engemann
De Gruyter Stadium
  • Berlin, Germany: 
    De Gruyter
    , November
     601 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


In a dialogue with all of the theological disciplines and also with closely related human and philosophical sciences, this standard work sets out criteria for a contemporary approach to preaching. The assumptions, arguments, models, perspectives and methods for analyzing the homiletic process are presented in an understandable form. Figures andpractical guidelines offer helpful

illustrations. This comprehensive and engaging format makes this volume a supportive textbook, a reliable reference work and a stimulating aid for preaching – all in one.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Wilfried Engemann is Professor of Practical Theology and Psychology of Religion at the University of Vienna.



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