Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic: in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics

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Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic : in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics. / Lorensen, Marlene Ringgaard.

In: Homiletic (Online), Vol. 36, No. 1, 13.06.2011, p. 26-44.

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Lorensen, MR 2011, 'Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic: in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics', Homiletic (Online), vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 26-44.

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Lorensen, M. R. (2011). Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic: in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics. Homiletic (Online), 36(1), 26-44.

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Lorensen MR. Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic: in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics. Homiletic (Online). 2011 Jun 13;36(1):26-44.

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Lorensen, Marlene Ringgaard. / Carnivalized Preaching Homiletic : in dialogue with Bakhtin and Other-Wise homiletics. In: Homiletic (Online). 2011 ; Vol. 36, No. 1. pp. 26-44.

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