This book walks through the process of preparing expository sermons. Since it includes exercises, it needs no separate study guide.

We recommend studying the book with a pastor or mentor, and in groups if possible.

We recommend that the mentor evaluate a sermon (written or preached) in order to measure the student's learning.

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From the Back Cover:

"Still the preaching primer of choice! No book offers a better walk-through of the process for preparing and delivering expository sermons."-Preaching

"Robinson's sermonic method is remarkably complete. . . . The exercises at chapter ends should prove helpful to homiletical teachers as well as those who would like to refresh themselves in the basics. Biblical Preaching will be a welcome addition to many pastors' libraries."-Christianity Today

"If there is one unique quality of this book that surpasses all the rest, it is that Robinson knows how to think along with God, and he knows how to teach others to do the same. . . . He has a way of nailing his ideas right onto your heart."-Leadership

"Biblical Preaching balances the practical how-to with sound homiletical theory. Ten sermon preparation stages surface that are content-oriented and follow the process of sermon-making from start to finish. . . . Robinson's analogies and picturesque language, sprinkled with intelligent humor, produce a painless learning experience."-Moody Monthly

"Its continued acceptance by a broad audience . . . gives evidence of its potential contribution to students and seasoned preachers."-The Seminary Review

The author:

Haddon W. Robinson (Ph.D., University of Illinois) is the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Previously, he was president and professor of homiletics at Denver Seminary after teaching homiletics at Dallas Theological Seminary for nineteen years.
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