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Preaching the Spirit: The Liberation of Preaching

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This article attempts to make a case for preaching as theological method for testing the veracity of systematic projects. Pneumatology is offered as a case study, especially for theologies where it is under-represented. More specifically, pneumatology is offered as a grounding point for Black Theology, which began as a ‘church project’ that needs to return to the church to offer and receive critique.

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