Posts Tagged ‘Expository Preaching’
*This episode was originally published on December 31, 2018 This week on Preaching and Preachers, Dr. Mark Dever joins me in a discussion on preaching 1 Corinthians. Mark serves as the Senior Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC. He is also the president of 9Marks Ministries.
In John Stott’s classic Between Two Worlds, he depicted the preacher as a man positioned between two civilizations—tasked to bridge the ancient world with the modern one, and the ancient text with modern hearers. Read more
When published in 1971, Fred Craddock’s As One without Authority landed like “a bombshell on the playground of preachers.” In it, Craddock called for a new homiletic, for preaching to start with the hearer, not the text, and for preaching to be inductive, not deductive. Read more
To preach is to occasionally lay an egg. Every preacher has felt it, and every preacher hopes to never feel it again. What did I do wrong? Why did the sermon flop? How do I avoid this ever happening again? These questions, and many more, hound the conscience of the preacher who’s delivered a still-born sermon. Read more
This sermon was recorded on 2/27/18 at the 9Marks Expository Preaching conference at Midwestern Seminary. Dr. Jason Allen’s message is titled “Perseverance in Preaching” and his text is Romans 10:1-17. Read more