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This guide is an excellent resource for pastors to research, organize, and plan powerful and effective sermons based on the words of Isaiah, the prince of prophets. The Book of Isaiah is one of the most revered prophetic works of the Old Testament. Perhaps even more important to the pastor is the fact that it supplies a wealth of textual material for sermons and talks. The text of the Book of Isaiah is divided into short sermon-passages of several verses, each of which is methodically broken down in a Sermon Work Sheet. The Work Sheets, which are intended to help the pastor plan and begin his own research, include the following key points : Theme: subject of thesermon Title: popularized version of the theme Objective: reason or motive for sermon Proposition: sermon compressed into a simple, declarative sentence Exegetical Notes: historical and technical background information on the passage Introduction: opening remarks to preface the sermon Outlines: general organizational suggestions for the sermonAny person, preacher or not, interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Book of Isaiah will find The PreachersNotebook on Isaiah an excellent help.Biografía del autor:
Dr. Joe H. Cothen is a graduate of Mississippi College and the University of Southern Mississippi. He earned his ThD from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he also served as professor of pastoral work. For more than four decades, he has held pastorates in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. A native of Poplarville, Mississippi, Dr. Cothen is also the author of Come to Bethlehem: The Christmas Story; The Old, Old Story: A Guide for Narrative Preaching; The Preacher's Notebook on Isaiah; and The Pulpit Is Waiting: A Guide for Pastoral Preaching, all published by Pelican. Dr. John O. Strange has spent many years studying biblical text, including thirty years as professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Descripción Firebird Press, 1983. Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P110882893653