Biblical exegesis doesn't stop with the words alone. Faithful preachers exegete the emotion of the text as well. It's easy to let our own personalities dictate the emotional dimension of our sermons, but the best preachers mirror the ...
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Biblical exegesis doesn't stop with the words alone. Faithful preachers exegete the emotion of the text as well.
It's easy to let our own personalities dictate the emotional dimension of our sermons, but the best preachers mirror the Bible's emotive intent in their sermons. In Passion in the Pulpit, Jerry Vines and Adam Dooley will teach you how to exegete not just the verbal content of Scripture, but its emotional appeal as well. They show you the role the Bible's emotional intent should play in each stage of sermon prep, and:
Offer exegetical steps to discern the biblical pathos Teach you how to avoid manipulation while making your sermons emotional Help you determine the appropriate limitations of emotional appeal Give you verbal, vocal, and visual techniques to help convey the biblical emotional intent in your sermons
When we elevate the Bible's emotional intent above our own, we preach truth rather than personality.
Dr. Jerry Vines (BA, Mercer University; ThD, Luther Rice Seminary) retired as pastor of First Baptist Church, Jacksonville FL, where he served for 40 years. He served two terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention. He and his wife, Janet, have four adult children. ý Dr. Jim Shaddix (BS, Jacksonville State University; MDiv, DMin, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; PhD, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary) served as an assistant professor of preaching at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. In 1997, he and his wife, Debra, founded Burning Heart Ministries, I
Adam B Dooley serves as Senior Pastor of Sunnyvale First Baptist Church in Dallas. Dr. Dooley launched "A Better Way" radio ministry.