homiletical


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hom·i·let·ic

 (hŏm′ə-lĕt′ĭk) also hom·i·let·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Relating to or of the nature of a homily.
2. Relating to homiletics.

[Late Latin homīlēticus, from Greek homīlētikos, of conversation, from homīlētos, conversation, from homīlein, to converse with, from homīlos, crowd; see homily.]

hom′i·let′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.homiletical - of the nature of a homily or sermon
2.homiletical - of or relating to homiletics; "homiletic speech"
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Such tradition is not legislated by homiletical fiat or by ecclesiastical councils.
Unlike earlier Rabbinic writings, these are not homiletical Midrashim, but, rather, legends about Biblical personages and Rabbinic sages, as well as apocalyptic writings on redemption, messianism, and the nature of the supernal worlds.
Although Wiarda would scarcely challenge the idea that "it happened like that," he hopes to garner pastoral and homiletical insights by considering the personalities of the characters in the four Gospels and Acts.
Saadiah, like Onkelos, translated the Torah in a rational manner, eschewed anthropomorphisms, halakhah and interesting homiletical interpretations [derash], which go beyond the plain original meaning of the biblical text.
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Satterlee's homiletical focus is the proclamation of what God is doing in the world.
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Though it is homiletical allegory, the preacher might ask the congregation to consider the ways in which Christ is being lifted up in their community.
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