Carson’s book is an indispensable resource for the task of exegesis that stands the test of time.
There are reasons to be confident when returning to the same text multiple times.
The Lord instructs and equips his church through the preaching of his Word. Pulpit supply is no exception.
Tom Schreiner recommends what he thinks are the best New Testament commentaries for pastors to consult.
Kevin DeYoung reviews his former preaching professor Haddon Robinson’s renown textbook ‘Biblical Preaching’.
The Bible was written a long time ago to people who were both very similar to and very different from us.
Listen to this episode of Preachers Talk as Ed, Dave, and Jeremy discuss how to use and not use cultural context.
It’s far too easy to wait for a crisis to pay attention to your pastor. Mathis shows us a better way.
We want our kids to know that the church is for them, Jesus is for them, and eternal life is for them, so let’s speak to them in our sermons.
John Piper was recently asked, “How can American pastors begin to prepare the churches for persecution?”
Kevin Walker of Simeon Trust reviews SBTS professor Abraham Kuruvilla’s book ‘A Manual for Preaching’.
How does sitting under expository preaching 52 Sundays a year change a church?
We need men who are eager to teach. Not just men willing to have their arm bent once in a while to fill a slot.
Treasuring the Trail of Translation: Why Read the Greek New Testament Before You Teach the English OneBy Matt Sliger | 09.06.2022
If you’ve been taught the language, read the Greek New Testament before you teach the English one. And if you haven’t been taught the language, attempt to learn it for four reasons.
‘The Beauty and Power of Biblical Exposition’ is written to help pastors pay better attention to all “the literary dimensions of the Bible,” in hopes to rescue preachers (and congregations) from “sermons filled with merely abstract theological propositions and proof-texted moral applications.”