THE MAN OF GOD: HIS PREACHING AND TEACHING LABORS: VOLUME 2 OF PASTORAL THEOLOGY by Albert N. Martin

WHY I LIKE IT
Al Martin is one of the most earnest Reformed preachers I've ever heard. His wisdom as a pastor with decades of experience is much-needed among younger and newer pastors today. This is the second of what will be a three-volume series that began life as a series of seven tape cassettes distributed by Trinity Baptist Church for many years. I'm grateful to see it in book form particularly since books won't likely go the way of the cassette tape.
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Leadership Theology
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The Man of God: His Preaching and Teaching Labors. Among the manifold responsibilities and privileges of being a scripturally-recognized elder in Christ's church who is set apart to "labor in preaching and teaching"(1 Tim. 5:17), no function in that office is of greater importance than that of the preaching and teaching labors of the man of God. This book begins with the articulation of seven basic axioms that apply to every species of biblical preaching and teaching, and moves forward to identify the three basic categories of legitimate sermons. Then a working framework for the actual construction of sermons, including introductions and conclusions, is set before us. The concluding section focuses on the "Act of Preaching" itself. In these chapters, such things as the place of emotions, physical action, the use of vocal powers, and the benefits and liabilities of a sermon manuscript are thoroughly discussed. The author sets a treatment of these various subjects that is drawn primarily from the contents of the Bible, the insights of general revelation, and the confirming voice of proven guides from past generations.
Book Specifications
Release date: 0000-00-00
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Trinity Pulpit Press
Publication date: 0000-00-00
Label: Trinity Pulpit Press
Pages: 651
ASIN: 1943608121
ISBN: 1943608121
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