Americans who are/were notable for writing sermons as a literary form, whether or not these sermons are/were subsequently preached, published, recorded, listened to, archived, read, studied or appreciated. Such persons can be of any religion. Such persons can be ordained clergy or not ordained. Such persons may engage in other work for which they are also notable, or the writing and delivering (by whatever means) of sermons can be their only (or primary) work.
- a notable historical example of the literary form "sermon:" Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
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