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David Buttrick
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SCM-Canterbury Press Ltd; 1st ed edition (September 1, 1987)
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His "phenomenological" approach marks a sharp departure from older homiletics.

Anything David Buttrick writes on preaching is a must have! This work, although it can be a bit cerebral at times, is another great resource

Anything David Buttrick writes on preaching is a must have! This work, although it can be a bit cerebral at times, is another great resource. Buttrick's approach is a discipline every preacher should be aware of. His concern is twofold: 1) Conveying the gospel in a way that shapes congregation's communal consciousness and 2) doing it in a way where the congregation not only tracks, but remembers beyond Sunday's lunch. That is to say, the sermon now lives inside our communal ethos in a way that gives the sermon its transformational potential.

Homiletic : moves and structures. Homiletic : moves and structures. by. Buttrick, David, 1927-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on July 7, 2011.

Homiletic Moves and Structures book. David Buttrick has been described as a "Homiletics Nazi," after reading this book I can say that he has every right to be one. Buttrick goes into the many details of preaching and homiletics that are typically taken for granted: from word choice, to attitudes, to the human essentialness of communication, to the principles of life and the universe (+ grain of salt). This book is certainly deep and philosophically satisfying, if you are looking to grow preaching ability with meaningful de Awesome book!

This is hands down the best preaching book I've ever read. I was so moved by the book that I considered getting a masters in theology at Vanderbuilt.

This is hands down the best preaching book I've ever read. This is coming from someone whose read over 100 plus books on preaching and oral communication. I consider it the preaching bible. My copy is marked up, highlighted and the pages are being held together with tape due to the many rereads and repeated references to various sections of the text.

Home Browse Books Book details, Homiletic: Moves and Structures. Homiletic: Moves and Structures. His "phenomenological" approach marks a sharp departure from older homiletics. Homiletics is an odd discipline.

Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987. Homiletic: Moves and Structures, Consensus, 1988

Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1987. cgi?article 2074&context consensus. Homiletic: Moves and Structures, Consensus, 1988, Home.

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His phemelogical approach marks a sharp departure from older homiletics.

Each move has a structure and framework. Buttrick makes the case that all of our reality is shaped by metaphors, which are powerful shapers of our attitudes and actions

Each move has a structure and framework. The shape of a move is determined in an interaction of (1) theological understanding, (2) an eye for oppositions, and (3) actualities of lived experience (33). For each move we will determine a strategy by which that move will advance. It is important to remember that we are not simply relaying information but forming faith-consciousness. Chapter 3 – Developing Moves. Buttrick makes the case that all of our reality is shaped by metaphors, which are powerful shapers of our attitudes and actions. To be truly open with ourselves and others, we use metaphors. Preaching is no different.

  • Hra
Wow, what a book about preaching. The book is long, detailed, and yes tedious. I was warned before hand concerning the book, thanks Matt, of the nature of the discussion. Buttrick is a master, there is no doubt. He knows every thing and every one concerning preaching. This book is not for the average preacher, most would have no clue what he is talking about, it is mostly theory. This book is beyond me, I am not that good yet to practice this methodology. But the book was helpful in polishing the pulpit. The book is like fine sandpaper, it puts on a beautiful finish on a preacher, but you have to be polished before the paper would do the job. If you are a top notch preacher that needs the most challenging material and style, this book is for you. If not, read "Preaching" by Calvin Miller this year.
  • Bluecliff
A must have for your library. The methods and concepts are on point and the way in which the author teaches and illustratrates the concepts are extremely well orchestrated. I would recommend this book to anyone who minsters or is thinking about ministering and/or entering the ministry.
The author's use of actual scripture and texts helps to illustrate and drive home key points in the foundation, building blocks and structure of the sermon.
  • Alsanadar
This is a wonderful book for preachers who want to enhance or change their style of preaching.
The book is a little heavy, but very thought provoking. I highly recommend it for any preacher who
wants to strengthen their preaching.
  • Arakus
Anything David Buttrick writes on preaching is a must have! This work, although it can be a bit cerebral at times, is another great resource. If you want to preach beyond the typical mechanics and maneuvers, this is the book for you!
  • Jarortr
Good book as a text book. Lots of info and insight from an educated viewpoint. A good read for comparison and study.
  • Hasirri
Buttrick's approach is a discipline every preacher should be aware of. His concern is twofold: 1) Conveying the gospel in a way that shapes congregation's communal consciousness and 2) doing it in a way where the congregation not only tracks, but remembers beyond Sunday's lunch. That is to say, the sermon now lives inside our communal ethos in a way that gives the sermon its transformational potential. His preaching tome, although thick, is easy to read, uses practical examples, and, best of all, is written in the way he preaches!

This is a must have for anyone concerned with the discipline of preaching. While some of the techniques might seem past their "best by used date," I have not found a style more accessible to the discipline of preaching than this one. While Craddock, Lowry, Troeger, and others attempt to "teach" their style of preaching (mainly teaching us how to preach like them - which is difficult unless you are them!), often giving a philosophy without satisfying examples, Buttrick lays the ground work and lets you apply your own sense of creativity and style to the form. He provides the frame, while we still get to paint the picture. The frame is not one size fits all, but a structure which will keep the sermon grounded, focused, and attainable for your listeners (warning: when at its best whole outlines will be recited back to you). Simply put: your congregations will be grateful.
  • Dibei
This book is divided into two parts: One devoted to the construction of sermons, the other to the interpretation of biblical texts.
Buttrick's approach to preaching is different than most because he actually took the time to learn how the listener hears and remembers sermons. Thus, his homilitec is geared toward constructing sermons that people will actually remember after they leave worship. He also spends half of the book on the art of interpreting the biblical text with regards to preaching, arguing that different literary forms demand different types of sermons. Thus, narratives should begat narrative sermons, pedagogic passages should begat pedagogic sermons, and parables should begat parabolic sermons.
Only one caveat. Since his approach is based on how people hear, it implies that the art of preaching needs to be continually reformed because how people hear and remember tomorrow will be different than they do today. Put differently, thirty years from now, "Homiletic" will be obsolete. My guess, however, is that if Buttrick is still teaching, he will be teaching an entirely new approach to art of preaching.
This book dropped with a mighty thud on a homiletical playground in the 80's. Buttrick goes so deeply into the mechanics and phenomenology of the preaching encounter that it will make your head spin. But spin your head must, because a lot is at stake. Buttrick is part of the New Homiletic, but he provided some depth and research-based material from other disciplines to bolster this movement. If you want to understand the human and spiritual dynamics of the preaching moment, this book will open your eyes. It's not a page-turner, but it's a mind-bender in a good way.
Instead of "points" Buttrick invites the preacher to create sermons with 4-5 "moves" that grab hold of the listener's consciousness and don't let go until the Gospel is heard! Some have attacked it as too analytical or worldly. I say it's very practical and on the whole useful to any preacher. You can't ignore the human dynamics of communication in contemporary congregations. Every point he makes is even more glaringly true in our times. But don't worry, there's plenty of room for the Spirit to be at work. In fact, Buttrick believes we set the table for the Holy Spirit to get more done when we pay attention to these basic human dynamics.
4 stars because it's just a bit too long and Buttrick likes to hear himself type. Otherwise, it's the lima beans and peas of homiletics--the stuff that's good for you but not as easy as junk food to swallow! Recommended for advanced preachers.