How to Prepare Sermons
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A discussion of theory and practice, focusing on methods, outlines, guides for study, the use of illustrations, and the selection of texts.
William B. Evans is the Eunice Witherspoon Bell Younts and Willie Camp Younts Professor of Bible and Religion at Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina, where he has taught since 1993 and currently chairs the Department of Bible, Religion, and Philosophy. He holds degrees from Taylor University, Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and Vanderbilt University, where he earned a Ph.D. in History of Christian Thought. His current research interests include American Christianity and religion, soteriology, the history of Reformed theology, the Mercersburg Theology of John Williamson Nevin, the relationship of politics and religion, and world Christianity.
- <div><b>part I</b><p>1. Definitions<br><br>2. Personality Of The Preacher<br><br>3. Choice Of The Text<br><br>4. Interpretation Of The Text<br><br>5. Theme<br><br>6. Gathering Sermon Material<br><br>7. Arranging Sermon Material<br><br>8. Introduction Of The Sermon<br><br>9. Body Of The Sermon<br><br>10. Conclusion Of The Sermon<br><br>11. Expository Sermons<br><br>12. Bible Readings<br><br>13. Great Chapters As Texts<br><br>14. Illustrations And Their Use<p><br><b>part Ii: Oulines Of Sermons, Gospel Messages, And Bible Readings</b><p>textual Sermons<br><br>expository Sermons<br><br>bible Readings<br><br>great Chapters As Texts</p></div>