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Preaching Through Books of the Bible

by on September 8, 2011

Talbot professor and New Testament exegetical ninja Clint Arnold gives seven arguments in favor of  ”consecutive expository preaching”:

  1. It covers a wide range of topics.
  2. It enables you to treat hard topics without being second-guessed.
  3. It helps to insure that you preach the Scripture and not yourself.
  4. Contrary to popular perception, it doesn’t have to be boring and lacking in relevance.
  5. Also contrary to popular perception, it should be application oriented.
  6. It models how to read Scripture in context.
  7. There is a long history of this kind of preaching in the church—with great impact!

Go read the whole thing to see how Dr. Arnold teases out each point.


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