Preaching Post Roundup (September 24, 2020)

Here are some posts on preaching and exegesis that I noticed recently. (To receive Preaching Post Roundup as a weekly email, please subscribe.)

  • Perspicuity in Preaching from Barry York (Gentle Reformation) – just as Scripture is clear, so also our preaching should be clear
  • The Relevance of the Gospel from Anatoliy Orgunov (Preaching Source) – the gospel is objectively relevant, but we can work at making it perceptually relevant to our hearers
  •  Who Is My Audience? from Charles Goodman (Preaching Source) – an online audience is faceless, diverse and global
  • Same Passage, Same People from Peter Mead (Biblical Preaching) – suggestions: use (1) same outline different illustrations, introduction, etc.; (2) same outline, different emphasis; (3) different outline; (4) same sermon in a different context (years later, etc.)
  • “Preachers and Preaching” Episode 184: Preaching the Word with John Chrysostom from Jason Allen and Gerald Bray (Jason K. Allen) – based on Bray’s book, Preaching the Word with John Chrysostom.
  • Preaching Evangelistic Sermons – Ian Clary from Mike Neglia and Ian Clary (Expositor’s Collective) – lessons from Basil the Great on preaching evangelistic sermons that call for a response
  • Preachers Talk, Episode 10: On Preaching the Gospel from David Helm, Jeremy Meeks, K. Edward Copeland (9 Marks) – what it means to preach the gospel, no matter what our text

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