Writing Theology Well: A Rhetoric for Theological and Biblical Writers

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In its creative integration of the disciplines of writing, rhetoric, and theology, Writing Theology Well provides a standard text for theological educators engaged in the teaching and mentoring of writing across the theological curriculum. As a theological rhetoric, it will also encourage excellence in theological writing in the public domain by helping to equip students for their wider vocations as writers, preachers, and communicators in a variety of ministerial and professional contexts.

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About the Author:

Lucretia Yaghjian is Director of the The WRITE Program at Episcopal Divinity School and is on Adjunct Faculty of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. BA Eng. Lit. Wheaton College (1964); MA Eng. Lit. Columbia Univ. (1967); PhD Eng. Lit. Univ. of Colorado (1976); MDiv WJST (1989).

Review:

"Designed for students, this appealing volume offers the most comprehensive guide to theological writing currently available. Because theology and biblical studies are not often heralded for elegant-or clear-writing, the sheer appearance of this book should be celebrated." —David H. Jensen, Religious Studies Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, April 2007 (David H. Jensen)

"Writing Theology Well is the creative fruit of just such empathy and astute attention. It is an ambitious book that condenses an entire,
highly interactive course into a single volume. The result is an excellent reference for all professors of theology and religion who
want to help their students write well....The text welcomes readers into a conversation about and a practice of theological writing. It
succeeds in conveying that theological writing is not something in which theological students engage, and mercifully escape when theological education is over, but rather that in doing theological writing students are joining a much larger community of reflection,
research, analysis, persuasion, and proclamation...Yaghjian succeeds in tying together three important dimensions of learning to write all kinds of theology.... This book is an excellent resource for faculty who
teach courses dedicated to theological writing. It is so well organized and complete that is of value to any faculty member, regardless of theological discipline, who wants to do a better job of describing assignments, procedures, and criteria for writing in a particular theological mode. New faculty especially may find it helpful because the volume renders explicit what too often is
implicit. Faculty can refine their thinking about theological writing by engaging this text, even if they come to it already holding strong convictions about theological writing....The text is an excellent choice for beginning courses in theological writing, or for any integrated introductory course in he seminary curriculum." - Teaching Theology and Religion
(Patricial O'Connell Killen Teaching Theology and Religion)

"Designed for students, this appealing volume offers the most comprehensive guide to theological writing currently available. Because theology and biblical studies are not often heralded for elegant-or clear-writing, the sheer appearance of this book should be celebrated." —David H. Jensen, Religious Studies Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, April 2007 (Sanford Lakoff)

"Writing Theology Well is the creative fruit of just such empathy and astute attention. It is an ambitious book that condenses an entire,
highly interactive course into a single volume. The result is an excellent reference for all professors of theology and religion who
want to help their students write well....The text welcomes readers into a conversation about and a practice of theological writing. It
succeeds in conveying that theological writing is not something in which theological students engage, and mercifully escape when theological education is over, but rather that in doing theological writing students are joining a much larger community of reflection,
research, analysis, persuasion, and proclamation...Yaghjian succeeds in tying together three important dimensions of  learning to write all kinds of theology.... This book is an excellent resource for faculty who
teach courses dedicated to theological  writing. It is so well organized and complete that is of value to any faculty member, regardless of theological discipline, who  wants to do a better job of describing assignments, procedures, and criteria for writing in a particular theological mode. New faculty especially may find it helpful because the volume renders explicit what too often is
implicit. Faculty can refine their thinking about theological writing by engaging this text, even if they come to it already holding strong convictions about theological writing....The text is an excellent choice for beginning  courses in theological writing, or for any integrated introductory course in he seminary curriculum." - Teaching Theology and Religion
(Sanford Lakoff Teaching Theology and Religion)

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