Homiletics Resources

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Books

The Cross Stands, While the World Turns: Homilies for the Cycles of the Year {affiliate link}: A collection of homilies by Fr. John Behr.

Preaching Better: Practical Suggestions for Homilists {affiliate link} by Ken Untener, was recommended to me as an excellent resource. I have not yet read it, but will likely purchase it soon.

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Sermons For Sundays By Protopresbyter Stephen Sedor is another book that was recommended to me, but which I have not yet purchased.

Apps

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The Catena: Bible & Commentaries Android app puts the writings of the Church fathers and other theologians right at your fingertips. Pick any verse of the Bible and find out what the Fathers had to say about it.

Websites

Catena is online! The indispensable app is also in Web format. This interface is easier to use than the app for research. My only wish is that they gave source citations for the quotes from the Fathers.

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The Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) is an online collection of Christian works. Their selection of Early Church Fathers is particularly useful for Orthodox Christians.

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St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in McKinney, Texas, has a collection of sermons for many feast days and other days of the year.

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The Preachers Institute maintains a collection of resources for Orthodox Christian homiletics.

Do you have any favorite homiletics resources? Leave a comment below.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Ian Greer says:

    Vicky Greer book Very good

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