Expository Preaching

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Level: AdvancedNumber of Lessons: 20Avg. Length: 14 Min.Time Required: 9 Hours MinimumCourse Code: HR504
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Preaching is the primary way God has appointed for the teaching of the truths of His Word. Preaching well done honors God, expounds the Bible, and equips its hearers for spiritual growth and fruitful ministry. But, those who preach must make a study of the art. Dr. Haddon Robinson has taught preaching skills for more than five decades and offers tried and proven methods of teaching that have trained many who are either preparing for or are active in various areas of ministry. By focusing on the world of the Bible, the mindset of the expositor, and the development of teachable ideas, Robinson leads the student to the preparation and presentation of effective sermons.

Objectives

  1. Build a bridge between the ancient world of the Bible and the contemporary world of today’s audience.
  2. Define and practice expository preaching.
  3. Apply three developmental questions to the study of a text of Scripture.
  4. Discover the main idea in any given passage of Scripture.
  5. Develop sermons around main ideas of Bible passages.
  6. Define both exegetical idea and homiletical idea, understanding the difference.
  7. Understand and apply good communication models.
  8. Explain the difference between inductive and deductive sermons.
  9. Generate an effective sermon outline.
  10. Write and deliver an expository sermon.
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Haddon W. Robinson, PhD (1931-2017)
  • University of Illinois, PhD
  • Southern Methodist University, MA
  • Dallas Theological Seminary, ThM
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Lesson One
Lesson Two
Lesson Three
Lesson Four
Lesson Five
Lesson Six
Lesson Seven
Lesson Eight
Lesson Nine
Lesson Ten
Lesson Eleven
Lesson Twelve
Lesson Thirteen
Lesson Fourteen
Lesson Fifteen
Lesson Sixteen
Lesson Seventeen
Lesson Eighteen
Lesson Nineteen
Lesson Twenty
Course Wrap-Up

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