Expository Preaching

Speaker(s): James Stewart
Date: 1956
Length: 7:23:31
Product ID: RGDL4099S

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This series of 9 lectures were delivered by the Reverend James S. Stewart to explain the art of expository preaching as inspired and energized by careful exegesis and Spirit-filled proclamation of Scripture. The messages Stewart articulates are particularly relevant to the cultural moment in which the church finds itself situated today. Lectures include:

  • Exegesis and Homiletics
  • The Resources of the Unseen
  • Background and Foreground
  • Exposition and Encounter
  • Doctrine and Decision
  • The Relevance of Worship
  • Torchbearers of the Faith
  • The Mystery of Conversion
  • The Cost of Discipleship

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Rev. James S. Stewart James S. Stewart (1896-1990) was a minister of the Church of Scotland. He taught New Testament Language, Literature and Theology at the University of Edinburgh. In 1999, Preaching Magazine ranked James S. Stewart as the best preacher of the twentieth century, commenting that his books on preaching "have inspired tens of thousands of preachers to strive for greater effectiveness in their proclamation of God's Word."

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