"The Divine Voice: Proclamation and the Theology of Sound Faithful Hearing" by Stephen H. Webb

Thursday, 03 May 2007

For a long time, we've known that the reformers had a high view of preaching, grounded in the conviction that God creates and redeems by speaking words. We are saved by hearing, not by seeing (Rom. 10:17). We've also been learning from both secular and Christian sources that our modern culture has been systematically bent on suppressing hearing of any kind. But for the first time, at least to my knowledge, we have a remarkable treatment of the "theology of sound" (theo-acoustics) that weaves both of these together with simultaneously sweeping and careful analysis. ...

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