Christ-Centered Preaching by Bryan Chapell
Redeeming the Expository Sermon

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This complete guide to expository preaching teaches the basics of preparation, organization, and delivery--the trademarks of great preaching. With the help of charts and creative learning exercises, Chapell shows how expository preaching can reveal the redemptive aims of Scripture and offers a comprehensive approach to the theory and practice of preaching. He also provides help for special preaching situations.

The second edition contains updates and clarifications, allowing this classic to continue to serve the needs of budding preachers. Numerous appendixes address many practical issues.
 

About Bryan Chapell

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Bryan Chapell, (Ph.D. Southern Illinois University), is president and professor of practical theology at Covenant Theological Seminary. He is much sought after as a speaker in churches and conferences around the country and is the author of several books.
 
Published March 1, 2005 by Baker Academic. 400 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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He surveys Isaiah's worship (Isa 6), Sinai worship (Deut 5), Solomon's worship (2 Chr 5-7), Temple worship (Lev 9), NT spiritual worship (Rom 11-15), and eschatological worship (Rev 4-21) to illustrate that in each case these same common liturgical elements appear in progression.

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I thought Chapell qualified his terms and did enough leg work in the book to make his goal clear of preaching the text within a context so as to not warrant raised eyebrows, even from premillennialists.

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