With this new lectionary commentary series, Westminster John Knox Press offers the most extensive resource for preaching on the market today. The twelve volumes of this series cover all the Sundays in the three-year lectionary cycle, along with movable occasions, such as Christmas Day, Epiphany, Holy Week, and All Saints' Day.
For each lectionary text, preachers will find four brief essays—one each on the theological, pastoral, exegetical, and homiletical challenges of the text. This gives preachers sixteen different approaches to the proclamation of the Word on any given occasion.
The editors and contributors to this series are world-class scholars, pastors, and writers representing a variety of denominations and traditions. And while the twelve volumes of the series will follow the pattern of the Revised Common Lectionary, each volume will contain an index of biblical passages so that non-lectionary preachers, as well as teachers and students, may make use of its contents.
With the Logos Bible Software Edition of Feasting on the Word (12 vols.), the readings are arranged by calendar date and each volume automatically opens at the next set of readings. Right-clicking quickly opens up Logos guides and tools, making study and sermon preparation easier than ever before.
An excellent new resource for liturgical preaching.
—The Bible Today
Feasting on the Word will richly repay your investment.
Will bring delight to the palate of preachers everywhere!
—Leonora Tubbs Tisdale, Professor of Homiletics, Yale Divinity School
Feasting on the Word can be recommended highly.
—Sharing the Practice
Could well shape fine preaching for a generation to come.
—Peter W. Marty, Senior Pastor, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Davenport, IA
Stands head and shoulders above the rest.
—The Living Church
The most ecumenical and comprehensive of the lectionary commentaries.
—Thomas G. Long, Bandy Professor of Preaching, Candler School of Theology, Emory University
Wonderfully organized and intelligently shaped.
—Stanley Hauerwas, Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University Divinity School
A wonderful resource.
—William H. Willimon, United Methodist Bishop
David L. Bartlett is Professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. He is the author of What's Good about This News: Preaching the Gospel from Galatians and coeditor of the Westminster Bible Companion series.
Barbara Brown Taylor is Harry R. Butman Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Piedmont College in Piedmont, Georgia and Adjunct Professor of Christian Spirituality at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. She is the author of many books, including An Altar in the World. She is an at-large editor for The Christian Century and a sometime commentator on Georgia Public Radio.