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Theology Is for Preaching: Biblical Foundations, Method, and Practice

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Is it right to “just preach the text”?

Why do we preach and do theology? How do we relate them? And how do they relate to God’s word?

Theology Is for Preaching helps preachers with theology and theologians with preaching. Though diverse in contexts and disciplines, the contributors share a commitment to equipping the saints to “rightly handle the word of truth.” Through essays on foundations, methods, employing theology for preaching, and preaching for theology, this volume will equip preachers and theologians to engage deeply with the text of the Bible and communicate its meaning with clarity.

Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology

Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology is a peer-reviewed series of contemporary monographs exploring key figures, themes, and issues in historical and systematic theology from an evangelical perspective.

Learn more about the other titles in this series.

  • Foundations
    • “Theology for Preaching, Preaching for Theology” by Chase R. Kuhn
    • “The Declarative God: Toward a Theological Description of Preaching” by Mark D. Thompson
    • “‘Preaching:’ Toward Lexical Clarity for Better Practice” by Claire Smith
    • “Preaching and Revelation: Is the Sermon the Word of God?” by Timothy Ward
    • “Who Can Tell? Preaching, Giftedness, and Commissioning” by Christopher Ash
  • Methodology
    • “Hermeneutics and Preaching: Theological Interpretation and the Preaching Task” by David I. Starling
    • “To Them, For Us: The Bible’s Continuing Relevance” by Paul R. House
    • “Old Testament Challenges: Christocentric or Christotelic Sermons?” by Daniel Y. Wu
    • “New Testament Clarity: The Presence of Christ in the Proclamation of the Word” by Peter C. Orr
    • “The Centrality of the Cross in Proclamation” by Will N. Timmins
    • “Expositional Preaching in Historical Context: Tracing the Development of Preaching Method” by Peter Adam
    • “Preaching in Pastoral Context: The Significance of Relationships and Personality in the Pulpit” by Graham Beynon
  • Theology for Preaching
    • “Salvation by Preaching Alone? The Sermon in Soteriology” by Edward Loane
    • “Sanctified by Word & Spirit: A Theology of Application” by Andrew M. Leslie
    • “Now is the Time to Preach: Preaching in Eschatological Context” by Peter F. Jensen
    • “The Priority of Proclamation: Preaching in Liturgical Context” by David G. Peterson
  • Preaching for Theology
    • “Theological Formation Through the Preached Word: A Biblical-Theological Account” by Simon Gillham
    • “The People Who Listen: The Corporate Task of Hearing God’s Word” by Jane Tooher
    • “Letting the Word Do the Work: A Constructive Account of Expositional Preaching” by Paul Grimmond
  • Theology Preached
    • “Listening Before Speaking—Jeremiah 23:16–32” by Simon Manchester
    • “Meeting Jesus—Luke 5:1–11” by Phillip D. Jensen
  • Title: Theology Is for Preaching: Biblical Foundations, Method, and Practice
  • Editors: Chase R. Kuhn & Paul Grimmond
  • Series: Studies in Historical and Systematic Theology
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Pages: 416
  • Format: Logos Digital, Paperback
  • Trim Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781683594598

Chase R. Kuhn (PhD, Western Sydney) is coordinator of the John Chapman Preaching Initiative, director of the Centre for Christian Living, and lecturer in theology and ethics at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia.

Paul Grimmond is dean of students and lecturer in ministry at Moore Theological College, in Sydney, Australia. He is the author of Suffering Well: The Predictable Surprise of Christian Suffering and coauthor of The Archer and the Arrow: Preaching the Very Words of God.

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