Christ-centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon Hardcover – 1 Mar 2005
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"Preaching that conforms to the pattern set here will certainly be edifying."
About the Author
Bryan Chapell, (PhD, Southern Illinois University) is senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois. He previously served as president and professor of practical theology at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is much sought after as a speaker in churches and conferences around the country and is the author of several books.
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This book is well defined by its sub-title - 'Redeeming the Expository Sermon.' It is more than a book, a library of books. Anyone interested in preaching will value the bibliography alone, for it will guide the attentive reader to a multitude of valuable books on the subject of preaching.
Chapell does not ignore the cultural context of today in which the Christian Gospel has to be presented but believes strongly in an inherent power in the Word of God to change lives. I have this book on my Kindle and have made many notes of passages to be revisited and reconsidered. His writing style is fluent and his concepts are not couched in dense academic verbiage which need a translator. As such, this book will be of great value to the layman interested in preaching and, if involved or wanting to be involved, will provide a comprehensive guide to all aspects of the subject. There is much here also for the seminary-trained person. The book challenges the reader on various levels and should cause ministers to think deeply about their work and methods..It is very thorough and, though it has an American tone, it resonates with a much wider reading public.. I rate it very highly and give it 5 stars.