Tuesday, 27 April 2010


Sponsored by the Academy of Homiletics, Homiletic describes itself as ‘a scholarly forum in homiletics and a review of publications in religious communication’.

Three issues are available in an archive, and it looks like future issues will also be made available.

I’ve always found this to be a valuable resource not primarily for its articles (which tend to be very few anyway), but for its book reviews. As well as reviewing works in Bible and Theology, it also devotes sections to preaching, worship, media/contemporary culture, and practical theology, meaning one finds reviews of books not always considered in standard theological journals.

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