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In the homiletics field, a text has been needed that blends hermeneutics, sermon development, and sermon delivery. Engaging Exposition fills that gap with what its experienced authors call a "3-D approach" to preaching.

Bill Curtis writes about the Discovery process?how to equip the student to discover the meaning of a biblical text by using sound principles of interpretation, and to move from biblical analysis to biblical ...

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Overview


In the homiletics field, a text has been needed that blends hermeneutics, sermon development, and sermon delivery. Engaging Exposition fills that gap with what its experienced authors call a "3-D approach" to preaching.

Bill Curtis writes about the Discovery process—how to equip the student to discover the meaning of a biblical text by using sound principles of interpretation, and to move from biblical analysis to biblical interpretation. 

Danny Akin addresses the Development process—how to equip the student to develop expository sermons based upon results of the interpretive process, and to move from the Main Idea of the Text (MIT) to the completed sermon. 

Stephen Rummage explains the Delivery process—how to equip students to deliver expository messages using the completed sermon, and to move from an understanding of speech communication principles to persuasive delivery.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805446685
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/1/2011
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 1,027,683
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author


Daniel L. Akin is president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Bill Curtis is pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Darlington, South Carolina.

Stephen Rummage is senior pastor of Bell Shoals Baptist Church in Brandon, Florida.

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Table of Contents

Foreword David Platt ix

Introduction Daniel L. Akin 1

Section 1 Bill Curtis 7

Chapter 1 A Journey of Discovery 9

Chapter 2 The Origins of Biblical Hermeneutics 15

Chapter 3 The Author's Intended Meaning in a Text 25

Chapter 4 Basic Principles of Hermeneutics 37

Chapter 5 Discovering the Author's Method of Communication-Prose 56

Chapter 6 Discovering the Author's Method of Communication-Poetry 66

Chapter 7 Developing a Genre-Specific Outline 74

Chapter 8 The Significance of Context 91

Chapter 9 Discovering the Author's Language Clues in a Text 101

Chapter 10 Identifying the Main Idea of the Text 114

Section 2 Daniel L. Akin 123

Chapter 11 Developing the Main Ideas of the Text and Message 125

Chapter 12 The Work of Exposition: Structuring the Message 140

Chapter 13 The Word of Exposition: Developing the Message 150

Chapter 14 Illustrations: Helping Your People See Bible Truth in Action 160

Chapter 15 Application: How Does It Work? 170

Chapter 16 The Introduction: How to Begin Well 186

Chapter 17 The Conclusion: How to Land the Plane Safely 197

Chapter 18 Giving an Invitation: Soul Winning from the Pulpit 207

Chapter 19 Preaching on Special Occasions 221

Chapter 20 20 Common Questions and Answers in Developing Biblical Messages 235

Section 3 Stephen Rummage 247

Chapter 21 What's the Big Deal about Delivery? 249

Chapter 22 How We Produced Speech 259

Chapter 23 Speaking with Your Best Voice 269

Chapter 24 Preaching with Your Entire Body 281

Chapter 25 Making a Lasting Impression 290

Chapter 26 Your Delivery System 299

Chapter 27 Style Can Make a Difference 310

Chapter 28 Preaching to the People in Front of You 320

Chapter 29 Preaching with Visual Appeal 329

Chapter 30 The Preacher's Personal Life and Public Behavior 339

Conclusion Daniel L. Akin 351

Name Index 353

Subject Index 355

Scripture Index 357

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