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Biblical Preaching

Theme: Biblical Preaching

Do you have a working definition for what it requires to do more than give a motivational speech, to truly be a preacher who speaks for God?

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Handling the Old Testament Faithfully (pt. 3)

What the New Testament use of the Old teaches preachers today

Greg R. Scharf is chair of the department of practical theology and associate professor of practical theology at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois, and author of Prepared to Preach (Christian Focus).

Handling the Old Testament Faithfully (pt. 2)

What the New Testament use of the Old teaches preachers today

Greg R. Scharf is chair of the department of practical theology and associate professor of practical theology at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois, and author of Prepared to Preach (Christian Focus).

Handling the Old Testament Faithfully (pt. 1)

What the New Testament use of the Old teaches preachers today

Greg R. Scharf is chair of the department of practical theology and associate professor of practical theology at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois, and author of Prepared to Preach (Christian Focus).

Speak to the Rock

Speak to the Rock

Five signs a sermon doesn't take the text seriously

John Henry Beukema is pastor of King Street Church in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and author of Stories from God's Heart (Moody). He served as associate editor of PreachingToday.com.

The Invisible Interpreter

We need to let the text question our "framework"

David Jackman served as president of the Proclamation Trust and is the founder of the Cornhill Training Course. He is a visiting lecturer at Oak Hill Theological College in London, and author of Opening Up the Bible (Scripture Union Publishing).

Preaching the Melodic Line

How the grand themes enrich a sermon.

Dick Lucas, now retired, served as rector of St. Helen's Church in Bishopsgate, England, for 37 years.

Getting the Gold from the Text

How do you capitalize on the inexhaustible riches of Scripture in your preaching-without sounding like a Bible commentary? An interview with author John Koessler.

John Koessler is professor and chair of the Pastoral Studies Department at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois.

Three Legs of Preaching

A balanced message is theological, biblical, and practical. An interview with Randy Frazee.

Randy Frazee is senior minister of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, and author of The Connecting Church.

Why Just One Text?

Question and answer with Haddon Robinson

Haddon Robinson was a preacher and teacher of preachers all over the world. His last teaching position was as the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

What Biblical Preaching Is and Isn't

To answer the question we must turn to theology.

Haddon Robinson was a preacher and teacher of preachers all over the world. His last teaching position was as the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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