Henry J. Langknecht


 Henry J. Langknecht

E-mailhlangknecht@TrinityLutheranSeminary.edu
Address583 Sheridan Avenue
Columbus, OH
Phone614-231-3095
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Associate Professor of Homiletics, Bexley Hall

B.Mus., Stetson University, 1979
M.Div., Trinity Lutheran Seminary, 1986
Th.D., Victoria University in the University of Toronto, 2008

B.Mus., Stetson University, 1979; M.Div., Trinity Lutheran Seminary, 1986; Th.D., Victoria University in the University of Toronto, 2008; Pastorates: Marysville, OH, 1986-96; North York, Ont., 1998-99; Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Christian Communication, Trinity, 2000-2008; Worship Life Coordinator, 2004- . Associate Professor of Homiletics and Christian Communication, Trinity 2008-; Haman Pfahler Professor of Christain Communications, 2008-.
Associations:

Select Publications:
“Introductions” for New Interpreter’s Bible Handbook of Preaching. Nashville: Abingdon, 2008.

“The Literal Sense” for New Interpreter’s Bible Handbook of Preaching. Nashville: Abingdon, 2008.

Co-author: New Proclamation, Series A; Easter—Reign of Christ, 2008, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008.

Dissertation: “Giving Scripture Its Voice: The Tensive Impertinence of the Literal Sense of the Pericope, Metaphorical Meaning-Making, and Preaching the Word of God.” Emmanuel College, Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto, 2008.

“Who’ll Be the One in the Ditch This Time? Helping Students Think through Analogies” Papers of the Academy of Homiletics, December, 2004.

“A Homiletics of Surprise” Papers of the Academy of Homiletics, December, 2003.

Sermon: “Ashes on Our Soles” in Preaching Great Texts. March 2003.

Sermon: “The Voice of God” in Preaching Great Texts. March 2003.

Word & Witness: A Complete Resource for Celebrating & Proclaiming the Gospel. Edited by Paul Scott Wilson. Volume 98:4 (Year C) “Eighth Sunday after Pentecost.” July 26, 1998.

Word & Witness: A Complete Resource for Celebrating & Proclaiming the Gospel. Edited by Paul Scott Wilson. Volume 97:3 (Year B) “The Feast of Pentecost.” May 18, 1997.

Areas of Interest

Theology;



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