This is a classic that has stood the test of time. For forty-five years, seminary students and pastors have benefited from the principles found in this book. Two of Koller's popular texts, Expository Preaching without Notes and Sermons Preached without Notes, are combined in a single volume that allows preachers to prepare and deliver sermons without being tied to a manuscript or even outlines or notes. Among the eighteen topics discussed are the biblical conception of preaching, the advantages of preaching without notes, homiletical devices, the importance of structure, and the systematic filing of materials. Now repackaged for the next generation of preachers, with a foreword by current Northern Seminary preaching professor Michael J. Quicke, How to Preach without Notes is poised to continue its history of strong and steady sales.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Charles W. Koller (1896-1983) taught ministerial students at Northern Seminary for more than twenty years, in addition to serving as its president. An influential preacher and a popular conference speaker, Koller earned his ThD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The is a well written book that guides the reader systematially through the process of sermon preparation. This book is helpful even if you have no desire to eliminate notes from your sermon delivery. The organizational skills taught will improve your preparation and delivery of your sermon material. By clarifying the process we go through in sermon preparation Koller enables us to find weaknesses in our sermons.