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The Four Pages of the Sermon


Doing justice to the complexity of the preaching task and the questions that underlie it, Wilson organizes both the preparation and the content of the sermon around its "four pages." Each "page" addresses a different theological and creative component of what happens in any sermon. Page One presents the trouble or conflict that takes place in or that underscores the biblical text itself. Page Two looks at similar conflict--sin or brokenness--in our own time. Page Three returns to the Bible to identify where God is at work in or behind the text--in other words, to discover the good news. Page Four points to God at work in our world, particularly in relation to the situations described in Page Two. Hide synopsis

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Four Pages of the Sermon

by Kjmacari on Mar 22, 2012

This book is SO clear in its perspectives and methodology. My pastor's group uses it for dialogue since it is so immediately applicable. Nevertheless, it should be supplemented by Christ-Centered Preaching by Bryan Chapell and Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture and the Shape of Preaching by Dennis Cahill

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