Trygve David Johnson. The Preacher as Liturgical Artist: Metaphor, Identity, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ. Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2014. 220 pages. $22.50.
Have you recently felt outdated in your preaching content and style at the twenty-first century pulpit? Have you felt the need to refresh your preaching practice in the era of image, sound, art, and creativity, not to mention the jaw-dropping dawn of iPhones, tablet computers, android, internet, multi-cineplex, and GoPro? Have you been looking for fine theological resources and homiletic-communicative lessons for that changed and still changing cultural environment? Then, here is a wonderful resource from Trygve David Johnson that any considerate preacher today might want to have on their sermon preparation desk. Johnson’s writing demonstrates its superb theological thickness, cultural relevance, communicative tips, and homiletic application of most of those important arguments.
Yang, Sunggu, "Trygve David Johnson. The Preacher as Liturgical Artist: Metaphor, Identity, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ." (2015). Faculty Publications - College of Christian Studies. 244.