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Preaching to a Post-Everything World: Crafting Biblical Sermons That Connect with Our Culture By Zack Eswine Preaching to a Post Everything World Crafting Biblical Sermons That Connect with Our Culture Zack Eswine starts this unique pastoral resource with a captivating question Could I now reach who I once was Challenging the idea that today s preachers must do away with biblical or expository preac
  • Title: Preaching to a Post-Everything World: Crafting Biblical Sermons That Connect with Our Culture
  • Author: Zack Eswine
  • ISBN: 9780801091940
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Preaching to a Post-Everything World: Crafting Biblical Sermons That Connect with Our Culture By Zack Eswine Zack Eswine starts this unique pastoral resource with a captivating question Could I now reach who I once was Challenging the idea that today s preachers must do away with biblical or expository preaching if they are to reach non Christian people, Eswine offers a way of preaching that embraces biblical exposition in missional terms Recognizing all of the different cultuZack Eswine starts this unique pastoral resource with a captivating question Could I now reach who I once was Challenging the idea that today s preachers must do away with biblical or expository preaching if they are to reach non Christian people, Eswine offers a way of preaching that embraces biblical exposition in missional terms Recognizing all of the different cultural situations in which the gospel must be preached, he gives preachers practical advice on preaching in a global context while remaining faithful to the Bible.Pastors, seminarians, and church and ministry leaders who speak in various contexts will welcome this fresh, thoughtful examination of bringing the Word to today s multi everything, post everything world.
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    1. I really enjoyed Zack Eswine s Preaching to a Post Everything World, which was assigned for a preaching class at Regent College It was the third book I had read specifically on preaching but some of my peers who had read books by Bryan Chapell, Haddon Robinson, and other books on preaching thought Eswine drew too much from other homiletics writers without providing fresh content I think this is a fair critique but I think Eswine does an able job at synthesizing together these precursors I especi [...]


    2. This book contains a great deal of material that is not only professionally challenging, but personally challenging as well Really enjoyed it.


    3. This book on preaching to a post everything world begins by asking the question, Could your preaching reach who you once were For some, that might be a challenging question For me, having been raised in a Christian family, it isn t nearly as taxing as asking if my preaching is able to reach the unchurched in my neighbourhood But I liked the premise which is outward looking, mission focussed Eswine starts with Chappel s Christ centred preaching model But whereas Chappell seemed to be writing for [...]


    4. This book is pure gold, not that there weren t points of disagreement for in areas of sage preaching for example but even in these areas I found a lot to learn from Eswine is humble, and understands that we should be thinking about preaching to the unchurched and finding that mutual human condition that we all share in.


    5. An interesting and useful enough book on preaching a thoughtful consideration of the impact of the world we live in on how we need to preach Eswine considers how we are heard, and how we can be better heard One of his most useful points is his 3 models of preaching a prophet, a priest and a sage, and to which contexts each is better suited churches, in between, unchurched I appreciated his concept of sage preaching ie learning from Job, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes as an approach to presenting trut [...]


    6. Great view on preaching Eswine gives a great look at what it is to preach in our world today His take is a reminder to preach in context and to let God speak.


    7. I have really mixed feelings about this book certain chapters are almost indispensable reading for preachers, while others were dry and difficult to slog through Additionally, the title is somewhat misleading, and the chapters were not organized well.The notion of preaching to a post everything world, is very compelling to me, and I picked up this book in the hope that Zack Eswine would thoughtfully engage the realities of our postmodern climate, why preaching seems to be an art that is loving i [...]


    8. This is one of my favorite books on preaching Eswine is a Chapell guy and you will see a lot of overlap with Christ Centered Preaching The best part about this book is how Eswine makes a biblical case for different forms of preaching While many evangelical and Reformed preachers tend to only be prophetic preachers and would define preaching in such a form , Eswine shows a biblical case for priestly or sage preaching styles One s personality, context, scripture text, etc should determine the styl [...]


    9. This book was excellent and okay At times it felt like I was reading a share trading chart, moving between 3 star and 5 star moments regularly It had material that made me sit up, smile, rush for a pen and scribble things down in fear that such valuable information would suddenly vanish from the universe At other times it had me irritated, yawning and confused by adding clutter to what was previously such a simple model Added to that, Eswine waffles as I ve experienced in his other book Sensing [...]


    10. During my homiletics training I read guys like Haddon Robinson and Donald Sunukjian These amazing communicators taught others to preach with excellence in a modern cultural climate Eswine has done the same for us but in our new post modern context.If I were to recommend one book for aspiring preachers it would be this Very, very well done by Eswine.


    11. Really good Much denser than I imagined, and even different than I first imagined, but wow.is was a good book I will need to go back to review some of the points as I took a long time to get through the book, but I especially loved that this work builds on the work of Bryan Chapell s Christ Centered Preaching.


    12. Insanely insightful and helpful for anyone who wants to share their faith This book really helps you understand people, and meet them where thy are A must read for preachers pastors teachers.



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