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How Effective Sermons Advance

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Sermon structure has been deemed an important component of preaching throughout the history of preaching by preaching instructors and practitioners alike. Many have made a case for the bearing that sermon structure has for the effective preaching of Scripture. However, sermon structure when incorporated in a sermon often is not as serviceable as it could and should be! This book provides instruction for how sermon structure can serve to principlize Scripture by using statements of theological principle in the ...

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Overview

Sermon structure has been deemed an important component of preaching throughout the history of preaching by preaching instructors and practitioners alike. Many have made a case for the bearing that sermon structure has for the effective preaching of Scripture. However, sermon structure when incorporated in a sermon often is not as serviceable as it could and should be! This book provides instruction for how sermon structure can serve to principlize Scripture by using statements of theological principle in the sermon outline. Therefore, the timelessness and the timeliness of Scripture are prioritized through statements of theological principle providing doctrinal accuracy and personal relevance which are apparent in the outline of the sermon. How Effective Sermons Advance provides a thorough and comprehensive treatment on the highly significant matter of sermon structure.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608999705
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
  • Publication date: 12/20/2010
  • Pages: 320

Meet the Author

Ben Awbrey (MDiv,ThD) is Associate Professor of Preaching at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. Before coming to Midwestern, he taught preaching at The Master's Seminary in Panorama City, California. He is the author of How Effective Sermons Begin (2008) and has been a Pastor of churches in Missouri, California, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Paige Patterson vii

Preface R. Albert Mohler Jr. xi

Introduction xiii

1 Sermon Structure's Cornerstone: The Sermon Proposition 3

2 Sermon Structure as a Text Driven Derivative 31

3 Sermon Structure as a Necessity, Not a Luxury 65

4 Sermon Structure as a Necessity, Not a Liability 99

5 Sermon Structure as Statements of Theological Principle 121

6 Sermon Structure and Textual Congruity 149

7 Sermon Structure's Stylistic Components 191

8 Sermon Structure's Functional Results 255

9 Sermon Structure's Functional Means 273

Bibliography 299

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