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Title: Doctrine that Dances: Bringing Doctrinal Preaching and Teaching to Life
Author: Smith, Robert
Publisher: Broadman Holman; Publication Date: 2008
Paperback; ISBN: 9780805446845
Volumes: 1; Pages: 207
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The theme of doctrinal preaching and teaching comes to life through the inspired writing of professor Robert Smith ("one of the finest preachers of our age"--Preaching) in Doctrine that Dances."Doctrine and joy interpenetrate each other ... A key ingredient of an effective pastoral ministry is that of serving the congregation a regular diet of doctrine that engages both the mind and the heart," writes Smith. "As scaffolding helps to form the building under construction, doctrine informs the sermon. The scaffold is retired after the building is completed. Similarly, the real object of doctrine is not the doctrine itself; rather, the doctrine points beyond itself to the person of Christ. Doctrine is like a road sign that points to a destination."Preachers and teachers who read Doctrine that Dances will find Smith's insights freshly compelling and are destined to develop some new moves of their own.Among the chapters are: Lord of the Dance and the Escort, The Preacher as a Doxological Dancer, The Jazz of Doctrinal Preaching, and Dynamic Dance Step for Biblical Preaching.