Proclaiming the Whole Counsel of God: Suggestions for Planning and Preparing Doctrinal Sermons by Jerry E. OswaltProclaiming the Whole Counsel of God: Suggestions for Planning and Preparing Doctrinal Sermons by Jerry E. Oswalt

Proclaiming the Whole Counsel of God: Suggestions for Planning and Preparing Doctrinal Sermons

byJerry E. Oswalt

Paperback | July 28, 1993

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This book is designed to help preachers plan and prepare a comprehensive program of doctrinal preaching. It contains two chapters: the first demonstrates methods of planning series characterized by both broadness and balance and which includes a discussion of the Christian year plan, the expository plan, and the people's needs plan. Each plan is explained with examples of sermon series. Chapter two is given to case studies of twelve sermons by eleven preachers. The author's discussion guides the reader through the structural designs of these sermons. Designs used in the sermons include deductive, inductive, inductive/deductive, and narrative. Including sermons by Landrum Leavell, II, David Buttrick, Randall Lolley, Elizabeth Achtemeier, Ralph Lewis, H. Franklin Paschall, James Sullivan, Nathan Porter, and Jerry Oswalt.
Jerry E. Oswalt is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Preaching at Florida Baptist Theological College.
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Title:Proclaiming the Whole Counsel of God: Suggestions for Planning and Preparing Doctrinal SermonsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:72 pages, 8.78 × 6.06 × 0.27 inPublished:July 28, 1993Publisher:UPA

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:081919011X

ISBN - 13:9780819190116

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The sermon suggestions will challenge the preacher and hopefully stimulate more doctrinal preaching.