Michael A. Brothers is assistant professor of speech communication in ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary. He holds an M.A. from Northwestern University’s School of Speech, and M.Div., Th.M., and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton Seminary. An ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA), Brothers served a congregation for seven years in Danville, Kentucky, where he also was chaplain of Centre College. His teaching and research interests include the relationship between performance studies, aesthetics, narrative, and preaching.
What Should I Wear to Preach?By Michael A. Brothers
Consulting a ministerial manual in mid-20th century America, the preacher was advised to garb and groom like a “minister and a gentlemen” with practical aphorisms… read more