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Feasting on the Word: Year A, Volume 1: Advent Through Transfiguration With The Twelve Volume Series Feasting On The Word, Westminster John Knox Press Offers One Of The Most Extensive And Well Respected Resources For Preaching On The Market Today When Complete, The Twelve Volumes Will Cover All Of The Sundays In The Three Year Lectionary Cycle, Along With Moveable OccasionsThe Page Layout Is Truly Unique For Each Lectionary Text, Preachers Will Find Brief Essays One Each On The Exegetical, Theological, Pastoral, And Homiletical Challenges Of The Text Each Volume Will Also Contain An Index Of Biblical Passages So That Nonlectionary Preachers May Make Use Of Its ContentsThe Printed Volumes For Ordinary Time Include The Complementary Stream During Year A, The Complementary Stream During The First Half Of Year B, The Semicontinuous Stream During The Second Half Of Year B, And The Semicontinuous Stream During Year C Beginning With The Season After Pentecost In Year C, The Alternate Lections For Ordinary Time Not In The Print Volumes Will Be Available Online At Feastingontheword

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9 thoughts on “Feasting on the Word: Year A, Volume 1: Advent Through Transfiguration

  1. says:

    There aren t many really good preaching commentaries out there but this is one of them Each Sunday each readings from the RCL is looked at from four different perspectives Theological, Pastoral, Exegetical and Homiletical Each essay is around 700 words, and individually and together provide inspiration for preaching.Minor

  2. says:

    It is very good as it follows the Lectionary Readings It may not all be usable for everyone, as it may not be your particular style or format, but it is still a very useful book, and might even open you to new ideas and ways of presenting material and prayers.

  3. says:

    I am still getting used to finding my way around electronic books but have been sufficiently convinced that I will be ordering the rest of the series The material is good as well Lots of different ideas and perspectives for writing sermons, which is my major use

  4. says:

    I find rhis series extremely helpful for preparation purposes wouldn t be without it and am gradually acquiring the full set.

  5. says:

    I have been using Feasting on the Word for a little over a year now They are an absolutely excellent preaching resource The exegetical section is especially helpful for those weeks that don t seem to have enough time in them hello Christmas The pastoral section is great for me to read and the theological and homiletical sections are useful for sermon st

  6. says:

    A very helpful resource for those who use the lectionary in their weekly church services I love that each passage is broken into theological perspective, pastoral perspective, exegetical perspective and homiletical perspectives Having each perspective side by side discussing the passage for the week is very helpful and like having 4 books in one which helps jus

  7. says:

    This is one of a series of books on the lectionary readings for pastors and others involved in leading worship Not for the casual reader, it is a complex analysis of the readings for each Sunday in the Christian year This particular book is for year A, Advent through Epiphany.

  8. says:

    The Feasting on the Word are excellent resources for pastors Theology, Pastoral, Exegetical and Homiletic viewpoints are covered usually offering new insights and from varying perspectives which I appreciate It would be helpful to have the material organized differently rather than hopping from one page to another to the appropriate column just to read each category I hope tha

  9. says:

    This is a good resource for any pastor or church to own.

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