How to Preach
A Conversational Approach: Will it Preach?By Mike Gilbart-Smith | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
My greatest fear for the removal of authoritative preaching from the congregation is that the Scriptures themselves will cease to be treated as authoritative.
9Marks Pastors‘ and Theologians‘ ForumBy Forum | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.01.2010
Must the sermon be a monologue? If not, should it be?
A Biblical Case for Expositional PreachingBy Mike Bullmore | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
Those who preach should preach their Bibles.
Book Review: Preaching Parables to Postmoderns, by Brian StillerReview by Carl Trueman | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.05.2010
In the end, I was perplexed by the book. There was plenty of thought-provoking material, but there was also a rather contrived view of postmodernism.
Applying the Sermon
Where Does Your Congregation Turn For Help?By Deepak Reju | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
If you neglect to teach your people biblical application you have failed to shepherd the flock adequately.
Preaching Up: Applying the Word of God to Midlife and BeyondBy Israel Haas | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
I’m 29 years old. Can I apply the Scriptures effectively to the lives of people twice my age who live in a world without YouTube and iPods and dreams as big as the Montana sky?
Preach to the Non-Christian, Christian, and Church MemberBy Aaron Menikoff | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
Yes, the preacher should be sensitive to the unchurched. But if we target the unchurched alone, the message may be lost or so diluted that God’s people become malnourished.
Preach to the Ignorant, the Doubtful, and SinnersBy Mark Dever | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
I want to approach the topic of application slightly differently: not only are there different kinds of hearers, there are also different kinds of application.
Preaching Biblical Theology
Book Review: Him We Proclaim, by Dennis JohnsonReview by Aaron Menikoff | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.05.2010
There are a myriad of books on preaching, but Johnson believes that the Bible is finally the best guidebook for preaching the Bible.
Book Review: Preaching Christ from the Old Testament, by Sidney GreidanusReview by Aaron Menikoff | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.05.2010
Preaching Christ from the Old Testament is an excellent resource that has yet to be replaced.
Book Review: Preaching Christ in All of Scripture, by Edmund ClowneyReview by Paul Alexander | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.05.2010
This book is worth having on your shelf for the primary reason that it will encourage you to preach Christ himself from the Old Testament.
Book Review: Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture, by Graeme GoldsworthyReview by Paul Alexander | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 03.05.2010
Read this book, and you’ll not only want to re-read it, you’ll want to re-read your Bible.
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