Choosing to Preach Hardback
A Comprehensive Introduction to Sermon Options and Structures
by Kenton C. Anderson;
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Choosing to Preach
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In this forward-looking textbook, Kenton Anderson delivers a strong call to current and future ministers to indeed choose to preach biblical sermons, despite the obstacles to doing so. While preaching itself is non-negotiable, the exact form it takes can be much more flexible, allowing people to hear from God as they hear his Word preached.
Rather than presenting one model or process for preparing a sermon, Anderson explains several available options. As you discern your message from the Bible, will you begin with the text (deductive) or with the listener (inductive)? Will you focus on the idea (cognitive) or the image (affective)?
The choices you make lead to five possible sermon structures:
* DECLARATIVE - make an argument
* PRAGMATIC - solve a mystery
* NARRATIVE - tell a story
* VISIONARY - paint a picture
* INTEGRATIVE - sing a song
Each model is described in detail and related to well-known contemporary preachers, including John MacArthur, Rick Warren, Eugene Lowry, and Rob Bell. This book equips you with a variety of tools for your preaching tool kit. A CD-ROM with additional helpful resources is included, as well as discussion questions and practical exercises.
Choosing to Preach by Kenton C. Anderson was published by Zondervan in August 2006 and is our 29175th best seller. The ISBN for Choosing to Preach is 9780310267508.
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|Page last updated||17th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Kenton C. Anderson|
|Publisher||Zondervan (August 2006)|
|Number of Pages||288|