Through the lens of John the Apostle’s Farewell Discourse found in John 13:31 – 17:26, seminary professor L. Scott Kellum provides a step-by-step illustration of how to produce an expository sermon series in Preaching the Farewell Discourse.
Kellum begins with foundational tools that will aid the journey from text to exposition and then describes how to employ discourse analysis to a hortatory document (like the Farewell Discourse) or an expository document.
The latter part of the book finds Kellum implementing the theory on the Farewell Discourse of John's Gospel, examining the process in three sections: analyzing the text, interpreting the text, and preaching the text.
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About the Author
L. Scott Kellum (Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is associate professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary n Wake Forest, North Carolina. He is the co-author (with Andreas Kostenberger and Charles Quarles) of The Cradle, The Cross, and The Crown: An Introduction to the New Testament (B&H Academic).
Table of Contents
1 An Expository Theory 5
2 Analyzing Literary Structure and Flow of Thought 41
3 Opening Movements 67
4 Unit 1: Commands that Comfort (14:1-31) 89
5 Unit 2: Commands that Unite (15:1-16:4c) 131
6 Unit 3: Advantages of Jesus' Departure (16:4d-33) 161
7 Unit 4: The Final Prayer 199
Appendix 1 Preparing Your Study 229
Appendix 2 A Sermon Series through the Farewell Discourse 239
Select Bibliography 331
Name Index 337
Subject Index 341
Scripture Index 345