Integratio Press, the CCSN’s imprint, is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Robert Stephen Reid, Emeritus Professor of Communication, University of Dubuque, Iowa, to our community of executive editors. Robert’s scholarly work in rhetoric and homiletics lends support to our pastoral communication division, among others. We are honored to have him in our community.
Robert Stephen Reid, PhD, is emeritus professor of Communication, University of Dubuque, Iowa. He directed the MA in Organizational Communication and Leadership 2001-2017 and served as Communication Department Head 2000-2014. He is author of The Four Voices of Preaching (Brazos Press, 2006) Preaching Mark (Chalice 1999), co-author of, The Six Deadly Sins of Preaching: Becoming Responsible for the Faith We Proclaim (Abingdon 2012) and Connecting with the Congregation: Rhetoric and the Art of Preaching (Abingdon 1999). His scholarly essays include, “Preaching in the Baptist Theological Family,” in Preaching the Manifold Grace of God (Cascade, 2022), “The Leave-Taking Sermon: Mark Driscoll and the Challenge of Authenticity,” in Rhetoric of the Protestant Sermon in America (Lexington 2020), “A Rhetoric of Christian Discourse,” (JCR, 2008) and “Solzhenitsyn’s Christian Civilization Rhetoric,” in And the Word Became Flesh (Pickwick, 2009). He is co-author of a textbook, Connecting with Your Audience: Making Public Speaking Matter, 2nd ed. (Kendall-Hunt, 2016) that is distinguished by its use of Supreme Court opinions for student values-in-dispute speeches, current legislative proposals for policy-in-dispute speeches, and personal experience for the basic informative speech design. He lives near Seattle, Washington, with his spouse, the Rev. Dr. Barbara Reid.
If you are interested in serving in a similar capacity to help shepherd our books through to publication, please contact Robert Woods, Managing Editor: [email protected]