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A Journal of The Episcopal Preaching Foundation

The term kerygma is a Greek word meaning “proclamation.” The sermons or proclamations in the New Testament delivered by Peter and Paul illustrate the essential aspects of the kerygma. Kerygma is not only the proclamation but the response from the listener. Thus, it encompasses the herald, the message, and the response.

Links to bonus content can be found within the PDF of Kerygma (look for the highlighted text) and on this page

Bonus content: In the latest issue of Kerygma, author Kate Spelman explores the role of artificial intelligence in writing sermons. Here are some sample sermons generated by ChatGPT.

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Editor: Peter Wild
Editor Emeritus:Charles Cesaretti
Book Review Editor: Sylvia Sweeney
Contributing Writer: Kate Spelman
Photographer: Kay Wild
Communications Manager: Richelle Thompson
Graphic Design: Kat Lehman
Executive Assistant: Meg Ruffing

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