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Posted 21 February 2013 - 07:55 PM

File Name: Scambler, T.H. - The Art of Sermon Construction
File Submitter: Bradley S. Cobb
File Submitted: 21 Feb 2013
File Category: Reference Books (refx)
Author: T.H. Scambler

THE ART OF SERMON CONSTRUCTION

T. H. SCAMBLER, B.A., Dip. Ed.
PRINCIPAL
COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE
GLEN IRIS
Victoria

1944

How do I make an outline? How do I pick a text? Should I do a topical, textual, or expository sermon and what's the difference? How should I stand? What kind of illustrations should I use?

If you've ever found yourself facing these questions, this book is for you. This is a coursebook on preparing and delivering sermons. In the book, Mr. Scambler covers all the bases from picking a text to dividing the text to finding sub-points to gleaning illustrations and everything in between. And then he goes into the actual delivery of the lesson.

Contained in this book are sample outlines, suggestions for other outlines, and review questions to help you develop your skills in delivering God's word.

If you are not a preacher, reading this book will give you new-found respect for those who take the time to preach from God's inspired word.

Contents:
  • The Nature of the Sermon
  • First Steps in Sermon Construction
  • Sermon Building
  • The Structure of a Sermon
  • Structure of a Sermon (Continued)
  • Sources of Subdivisions
  • The Completed Outline
  • Methods of Sermon Division
  • Topical Sermons
  • Expository Sermons
  • Expository Sermons Continued
  • Illustrating the Sermon
  • A Word Fitly Spoken
  • The Sermon in Action
  • Simple Exercises in Voice Development
This book is also available in pdf format here.

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