Introduction to Homiletics – 3rd Edition


By Donald E. Demaray

Seasoned homiletician Donald Demaray offers students of preaching a most articulate and concise guide to the art of preaching.

Demaray, who has taught homiletics since 1952, draws upon advice and examples of master pulpiteers, both classical and modern, to formulate principles of dynamic preaching.

Standing on the the shoulders of this rich tradition, he contributes many of his own insights and innovations on topics related to homiletics.



Paperback (252 pages)


Light and Life Publishing (January 1, 2006)




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