Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scriptures

For the Christian preacher that, like Paul, is determined to only know and proclaim, “Jesus Christ and Him crucified” (2 Cor. 2:2), Graeme Goldsworthy has produced a work that is exceptionally appropriate. Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scriptures is an examination of homiletic practice that either places Jesus at the heart, or makes application … Continue reading Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scriptures

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The Bible in Theology and Preaching

The Bible in Theology and Preaching was written by Donald K. McKim with the purpose of discussing the various theological positions in contemporary society, and how those schools of thought view the Scriptures. Each chapter undertakes to discuss a particular school of thought in such a way as to bring to light the questions of … Continue reading The Bible in Theology and Preaching

Toward an Exegetical Theology

            The full name of this work, written by Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. and published by Baker House Books in 1981, is Toward an Exegetical Theology: Biblical Exegesis for Preaching and Teaching. The work is designed to examine what the author sees as the inadequate academic preparation of preachers to draw significant meaning from the … Continue reading Toward an Exegetical Theology