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Expository Preaching

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  1. Lesson One
    Worlds of the Expositor: The Ancient World
    4 Activities
  2. Lesson Two
    Worlds of the Expositor: The Modern World
    3 Activities
  3. Lesson Three
    Worlds of the Expositor: The Particular World
    4 Activities
  4. Lesson Four
    Worlds of the Expositor: The Expositor's World
    3 Activities
  5. Lesson Five
    Defining Expository Preaching: Part I
    4 Activities
  6. Lesson Six
    Defining Expository Preaching: Part II
    3 Activities
  7. Lesson Seven
    The Anatomy of an Idea: Subject and Complement
    4 Activities
  8. Lesson Eight
    Stating the Idea of a Verse
    3 Activities
  9. Lesson Nine
    Stating the Idea of Larger Units of Thought
    3 Activities
  10. Lesson Ten
    Unity, Order, and Progress
    4 Activities
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    1 Assessment
  11. Lesson Eleven
    Three Developmental Questions
    4 Activities
  12. Lesson Twelve
    The Developmental Questions in the Bible: Part I
    3 Activities
  13. Lesson Thirteen
    The Developmental Questions in the Bible: Part II
    4 Activities
  14. Lesson Fourteen
    The Developmental Questions in the Bible: Part III
    3 Activities
  15. Lesson Fifteen
    The Developmental Questions and Your Congregation
    4 Activities
  16. Lesson Sixteen
    Developing the Sermon's Homiletical Idea
    4 Activities
  17. Lesson Seventeen
    Clarifying the Sermon's Purpose
    3 Activities
  18. Lesson Eighteen
    The Motivating Sequence of a Sermon: Part I
    4 Activities
  19. Lesson Nineteen
    The Motivating Sequence of a Sermon: Part II
    3 Activities
  20. Lesson Twenty
    The Motivating Sequence of a Sermon: Part III
    3 Activities
  21. Course Wrap-Up
    Course Completion
    1 Activity
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    1 Assessment
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Lesson Objectives

When you complete this lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • Explain ways in which a preacher must bridge two worlds.
  • Define expository preaching.
  • Explain the importance to a Bible teacher of understanding the language and history of the ancient world.
  • Illustrate what is meant by the historical, grammatical, and literary settings of a passage of Scripture.
  • Provide illustrations of how the culture of today affects the way an effective sermon is developed.
Personal Reflection

As you proceed through this lesson have the following question in mind.
Do you think expository preaching is still a valid means to communicate biblical truths today? Why or why not?