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CMIN 301 (Sp '15) T01 - A Case for Expository Preaching

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Hartmut Scherer

on 13 January 2015

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Transcript of CMIN 301 (Sp '15) T01 - A Case for Expository Preaching

has cohesion (strings the insights into a usable whole)
A Case for

What do you remember from the last sermon?
2 Tim 4:2 Preach ( ) the word . . .
- to be a herald, to officiate
as a herald (e.g., for a king)
- to proclaim openly
- used of the public
proclamation of the gospel
“The essential nature of expository preaching, then, is preaching that
explains a passage
in such a way as to lead the congregation to a

of that passage.” (Liefeld, 6)
of Expository Preaching
deals with one basic passage
has hermeneutical integrity (faithful to text and context)
has movement and direction
has application (doesn't violate the purpose, meaning and function of the text in its original setting)
of Expository Preaching
communicates the biblical revelation of God
teaches Gods Word in the setting chosen by the Holy Spirit
meets human needs
directs the attention of the hearer to the Bible
can protect against improper interpretation of Scripture
of Expository Preaching
Preaching the gospel in context
Ministering to human needs
Declaring the will of God for his people
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