Item description for Proclaiming the Truth: Guides to Scriptural Preaching by Donald E. Demaray & Maxie D. Dunnam...
Overview This practical book explains how any preacher can communicate God's Word more effectively. After preaching in countless meetings throughout the United States and teaching for more than thirty years at Asbury Theological Seminary, Dr. Donald E. Demaray distills his homiletical insights into this brief yet substantive book. Proclaiming the Truth explains how to prepare and deliver persuasive biblical sermons. "Every congregation is shaped by the character of its pulpit," Dr. Demaray writes. Effective biblical preaching can shape the thought and practice of several generations of Christians. This manual is designed to equip a pastor for this ongoing task. Various chapters deal with: -Scripture interpretation -Integrity of the message -Relevance and focus -Persuasive delivery -Spiritual authority in the pulpit Though designed as an introductory textbook, Proclaiming the Truth also provides a helpful refresher for preachers who have been involved in ministry for several years.
Publishers Description Effective biblical preaching can shape the thought and practice of several generations of Christians. In this practical book, Dr. Demaray explains how any preacher can communicate God's Word more effectively.
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Studio: Evangel Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2005
Publisher Evangel Publishing House
ISBN 1928915175 ISBN13 9781928915171
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More About Donald E. Demaray & Maxie D. Dunnam
Donald E. Demaray is Emeritus Professor of Preaching at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. He has also taught spiritual formation at Asbury Theological Seminary for over 20 years. Other books include Proclaiming the Truth and A Robust Ministry.