New Book: Preaching Ethically by Seminary’s Dr. Ronald D. Sisk is Released
January 9, 2008
Sioux Falls Seminary is pleased to announce that Academic Vice President and Dean Dr. Ronald D. Sisk has authored Preaching Ethically, Being True to the Gospel, Your Congregation, and Yourself. The book, which is available for purchase, was published by the Alban Institute.
Preaching Ethically suggests guidelines for preaching in the midst of various factors that might tempt a pastor to misuse the pulpit. Sisk wrote the book based on his twenty years of experience as a pastor, his training in Christian ethics, his attempts as a seminary professor to train preachers, and a lifetime of listening to sermons.
Sisk serves as Academic Vice President and Dean as well as Professor of Homiletics and Christian Ministry at Sioux Falls Seminary. He holds degrees from the University of Arkansas, New York University, and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and has pastored churches in Kentucky, California, and Texas. He has also authored The Competent Pastor: Skills and Self-knowledge for Serving Well, Surviving Ministry, and Cop Out, Conform, or Commit in addition to numerous journal and periodical articles.
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