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All articles & reviews tagged with preaching

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Jesus Christ: The Prince of Preachers — Learning from the teaching ministry of Jesus

This book, which comes with many commendations at the beginning, wants preachers to follow the example of Jesus in their ministry. There are eight chapters with headings like ‘Jesus viewed preaching as pre-eminent’, and ‘Jesus preached with a high view of Scripture’. Each chapter is divided into three parts. The first is a brief…

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August 2007
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The Epistles of John

This is a commentary on the three epistles of John presented in a preaching format. It is easy to read, with short chapters, headed paragraphs, simple sentence structures and a minimum of technical words. At the same time, it is a thorough exposition with direct practical application, which invites serious reflection. There is a…

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July 2007
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The Expository Genius of John Calvin

In a day when many are questioning the viability of preaching as a mode of communicating the gospel, Steven Lawson, pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama, has given us what amounts to a vindication of it as the mode of modes! Lawson’s analysis of John Calvin’s theology (and practice of theology)…

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June 2007
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Preaching Christ in All of Scripture

This important little book comes with the endorsement of leading reformed Evangelicals such as Al Mohler, Tim Keller, Bryan Chappell and Wayne Grudem. Deservedly, for Ed Clowney is passionately concerned that in preaching we set forth ‘the full drama of redemption and its realisation in Christ’. In the first two chapters he outlines how…

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Article

May 2001
Articles > Guest column

Guest Column – Army of Plodders

I would like to raise a cheer for the great army of 'plodders'. There are preachers up and down the country, in towns and villages, who faithfully pastor their people year in year out, preaching in season and out of season. Yet, it would seem, they do so with frequent discouragement and little or…

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Historical

November 2000
Articles > Historical

Open-air preaching

A camp meeting [preacher] or open-air preacher should go straightforward, and should strike home at every blow. Set sermons, prepared for chapel pulpits, are of little use. The open-air preacher should have his mind upon Luke 24:16-17: ‘Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead…

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Historical

May 2000
Articles > Historical

Evangelical Spirituality – Captivated by the Beauty of God

Jonathan Edwards’ writings on spirituality are of special importance, because he possessed a wonderful facility for meticulous and minute observation. This facility can be seen, for instance, in the intriguing and detailed investigation that he conducted during the early 1720s into the way that spiders made their webs. Later in his life, this gift…

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