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CMIN 301 (Su '17) T07a- Communicating the Meaning in Our Town (Part II; Developing the CIS)

This part includes "Shapes that sermons take;" makes most sense after application or Making the sermon relevant
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Hartmut Scherer

on 30 May 2017

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Transcript of CMIN 301 (Su '17) T07a- Communicating the Meaning in Our Town (Part II; Developing the CIS)

Inductive-Deductive Development
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Communicating the Meaning in our Town
Developing the
CIS
(Central Idea of the Sermon)
(Examples of sermons adopted from Robinson, Biblical Preaching, ch. 6).
1)
1)
Guidelines for the Sermon Outline
Three Functional Questions for the Deductive Development.
"Your goal is not to preach a clever sermon but rather to proclaim to your audience what God has to say to them from the particular text you are working with."
- Preaching God's Word
, 112
How does Paul's sermon in
Acts 13
develop?
How does Paul's sermon in
Acts 20
develop?
Class Activity
How does Peter's sermon in
Acts 2
develop?
Shapes Sermons Take
Deductive Development
What does it mean?
Explain
it!
Is it really true?
Prove
it!
What difference does it make?
Apply
it!
- the sermon idea is mentioned
in the introduction
- the sermon develops the idea
Inductive Development
- introduction leads only to the
first point of the sermon
- each new point links to the
previous point
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
- transitions are crucial
- combines previous
developments
- your introduction may lead
up to your first point and
develop it inductively
- with the second point, you will
introduce your sermon idea
Subject-Completed Development
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
- each point in the sermon
presents a complement to
the subject
- subject and complement(s)
are separated
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