By Tim Keller on Apr 4, 2020
Tim Keller, D. A. Carson, and John Piper discuss the importance of digging into the biblical text before application.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Nov 27, 2020
Exegesis is always the foundation for a sermon, but does your preaching reach your listeners' feelings?
By Sermoncentral on Mar 11, 2020
Sermon preparation does not end with good exegesis of the Bible; it always includes good exegesis of the local congregation.
By Peter Mead on Apr 26, 2019
Shortcuts in exegesis result in a passage idea that does not carry the true content--nor the character--of the passage on which we claim to be preaching.
By Mike Miller on Nov 20, 2013
Good preachers must develop the extra skill of "congregational exegesis."
By Daniel Darling on Oct 26, 2020
To cut and paste partisan talking points or to substitute consistent exegesis with sample "election season" sermons is spiritual malpractice.
By C. Christopher Smith on Nov 1, 2019
If we re-cast preaching as a kind of "slow reading," we might lead our congregations into deeper engagement with the biblical text--and with one another.
By Josh Reich on Dec 26, 2019
If you aren't careful, you will only preach on the things you find important...and you'll end up missing an enormous part of your church.
By Sermoncentral on Jul 16, 2020
D. A. Carson, Tim Keller, and John Piper discuss the importance of preaching in a way that connects to listeners, draws them into the Word, and brings them back to the present day to live out what they've learned.