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Synonyms for homiletic

of the nature of a homily or sermon


of or relating to homiletics


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Homiletically, one sees this principle in the following biblical passages.
Of homiletically promising events priests can be heard to say, 'That will preach'.
Seek My Face, Speak My Name is homiletically and imaginatively rhetorical, no insult from those of us who see the preacher's role as crucial to Jewish renewal, but unsettling to those who might want a more philosophically rigorous analysis.
29:11, plus a line based on Job 25:2) does not spell out the claim so unequivocally, but it can easily be deduced homiletically.
Perhaps this is a time to address theologically and homiletically questions of theodicy.
Keil, Commentary on the Book of Kings (Edinburgh: T and T Clark, 1854, 1857); Otto Zockler, The Books of Chronicles Theologically and Homiletically Expounded (Edinburg: T and T Clark, 1868, 1876); E.
TB Berakhot 4b attaches the missing nun homiletically to an unpleasant verse in Amos 5:2.
We will seek to sketch the outlines of what is involved homiletically in a genuinely missionary encounter between the gospel and Western culture by systematizing Newbigin's thoughts on preaching.
Repeating and rehashing the story of Dan's migration at the end of Judges was not meant to establish chronology but to comment homiletically on the immoral state of the nation at a time when there was no king in Israel and every man did as he pleased.