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The focus of the book is how the narrative of Joseph and his brothers, found in Genesis 37-50, may be used to create a point of identification in preaching reconciliation and social cohesion, because the story depicts defamation of character, egocentrism, favouritism, dehumanisation, and pain and trauma as elements that fuel divisions, conflicts and violence.
Furthermore, the book also considers the use of the narrative of Joseph and his brothers as imageries for shaping imagination in preaching reconciliation, because the story pictures changes of thought, changes in actions, forgiveness devoid of confession of evil done in the past, and building a common future as bases for coming together, staying together and walking together as ingredients of reconciliation.
Finally, the book proposes prophetic preaching, biographical preaching, pastoral preaching and economic preaching of the narrative of Joseph and his brothers as techniques for preaching reconciliation and social cohesion.
D., is an Ordained Minister with Evangelical Church Wining All (ECWA).
He lectures at the ECWA Theological Seminary Kagoro being the Academic Dean of the Institution.
He had his B.A.
from ECWA Theological Seminary Jos, and his PGD, M.Th and PhD from Stellenbosch University South Africa in Homiletics Majoring in Expository Preaching.
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