Expository preaching: Principles and Practice Paperback – 20 Jul 2001
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'I like the informal style, unusual for a textbook. The exercises are excellent!' Warren Wiersbe
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Haddon W Robinson is the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary * Previously President and Professor Homiletics at Denver Seminary * Taught homiletics at Dallas Theological Seminary for 19 years
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1. That every sermon should in its entirety be the communication of a single dominant idea.
2. That that idea should be the same idea the biblical author intended to convey through a particular passage of Scripture to its original audience.
To present these emphases, he outlines 10 "stages" of sermon preparation, which summarize in excellent fashion the basic homiletical procedures proven over the ages. In addition, more so than most books on homiletics, he fills in his basic material with colorful writing and a multitude of examples which demonstrate the same exegetical passion which he attempts to implant in the reader. An incredible tool - no preacher should be without it! It may well be the best available starting point for a study of preaching.