George MacLeod’s open-air preaching: performance and counter-performance
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Stuart Blythe uses the methodology of performance to analyse George MacLeod’s open-air preaching. He points out that MacLeod’s preaching was derived from a theology of the incarnation, and an understanding of the paradoxes and dichotomies of common human life. This preaching, Blythe suggests, was also a counter-performance in the context of outlooks and ideologies inimical to the gospel. The paper raises interesting issues related to preaching as performance, and the further question as to whether or not the life and work of the Church as a whole might now be better understood as a counter-performance.
Blythe, S. M. (2011). George MacLeod’s open-air preaching: performance and counter-performance. Theology in Scotland, 18(1), pp. 21-33.
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