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Drivers for the writing of a sermon about reconciliation

C J A Vos

Verbum et Ecclesia; Vol 26, No 1 (2005), 293-307. doi: 10.4102/ve.v26i1.225

Submitted: 02 October 2005
Published:  02 October 2005


This article focuses on the energy that must fill the homiletic space, in order for an effective sermon about reconciliation, to be created. Of concern is the liturgical situation in which, sermons about reconciliation take place – the  homiletic process through which a homiletic theory is established, the sermon as a work of art and its structure. All these liturgical and homiletic motivators release energy, which enables preaching about reconciliation to take place in a way that moves the listener. Reconciliation means to overcome the divide between the rich and the poor and looking at other people the other person through different eyes.

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C J A Vos, University of Pretoria, South Africa



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