Edition: AK '16
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 978-0-940293-61-8
Full Case = 100 copies
Preaching is both an art and a science. The good preacher has not only mastered the rules of hermeneutics and homiletics but has imagination, flair, and personality enough to make his sermons live.
This course will help you with the techniques of opening up a passage of Scripture. You will learn the basic principles of Bible interpretation. You will study ways of gathering message material, putting it together in a logical way, and presenting it well.
This course is designed primarily for those who feel called to preach. However, it can profitably be studied by all who have a desire to open up the Bible for the benefit of others. Most of the material in this course applies just as much to the teacher as to the preacher.
Chapter 1 – The Meaning and Importance of Homiletics
Chapter 2 – The Qualifications of a Preacher
Chapter 3 – The Necessity for Preaching
Chapter 4 – The Necessity for Preaching
Chapter 5 – The Sermon and Its Structure
Chapter 6 – The Sermon and Its Structure
Chapter 7 – The Preparation of the Sermon
Chapter 8 – Testimony Sermons; Expository Sermons
Chapter 9 – Textual Sermons; Topical Sermons
Chapter 10 – Historical-Incident Sermons; Biographical Sermons
Chapter 11 – The Delivery of the Sermon
Chapter 12 – The Delivery of the Sermon
Books by Alfred P. Gibbs: A Dreamer & His Dream, Christian Baptism, God's Good News, Personal Evangelism, Preach the Word, The Preacher and His Preaching, The Lord's Supper, Through the Scriptures, Worship: The Christian's Highest Occupation