This article explains what expository preaching and faithful preachers look like.
Expository preaching is of benefit not only for the church, but also the pastor. This article explains five ways in which this is so.
Preaching cannot be separated from the interpretation of Scripture. Reflection on the work of E. D. Hirsch Jr. naturally finds a place in reflection on homiletics. This article argues that the hermeneutic of Hirsch has much to offer expository preaching. This article tries to answer the following questions: What are the basic hermeneutic contentions of Hirsch?
Kaiser reflects on what he perceives to be a crisis in expository preaching. He first defines what he understands expository preaching to be, then analyzes the current problems, and ends with a proposal of what the focus and duty of preaching needs to be.
Expository preaching is the preaching of the man who knows Holy Scripture to be the living Word of God, and whose aim in preaching is to show the hearers what the text is saying to them about God and about them. It is this kind of preaching that has fallen on hard times, but from Charles Simeon we can learn how to regain it. This article explains.
Is simply preaching scripture sufficient for evangelism? This article reflects on expository preaching, showing that modern entertainment has made many preachers question the adequacy of scripture in spreading the gospel. The author shows that the strength of expository preaching lies in a firm belief of the sufficiency of scripture. The author also discusses application in preaching.