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This paper discusses Black preaching and how it is viewed by the preacher himself and the audience. It discusses the even components that the Black preacher uses in order to affect his or her goals of feeding God's people. It also looks at a variety of techniques that the Black preacher uses to rouse his or her audience to passion and then looks at parallelism in Black sermons.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Alexander, Geoff. "An Introduction to Black Preaching Styles." Black Preaching Styles. Website: <http://www.afana.org/preaching.htm>. 1986 - 2008.
- Davis, Gerald L. I Got the Word in Me and I Can Sing It, You Know. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press. 1985.
- Day, David; Astley, Jeff and Francis, Leslie J., Eds. African-American Preaching: The Future of a Rich Tradition by Mitchell, Henry Heywood. A Reader on Preaching--Making Connections. Hampshire, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 2005.
- Mitchell, Henry H. Black Preaching. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1970.
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Cite this Term Paper:
Black Preaching (2009, March 02) Retrieved April 19, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/black-preaching-112616/
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