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3 Ways to Maximize Co-Pastoring
Effective co-pastoring requires more than just dividing up tasks.
None at all. We both had degrees in ministry and were pursuing master's level education. We had the tools we needed for exegesis, pastoral counseling, and leadership.
The Surprising Reason Women Go to Seminary
And what it can teach churches about discipling women.
help than deep scriptural study. There is a trend in women's ministry to be light on theology and biblical exegesis. Read as Single Page Page:1234|Next.
Be Honest: You Don’t Have It All Together
And you don’t have to.
We try to make it all work, but the reality is that life is never going to work out the way our culture (or sloppy exegesis of the Proverbs 31 woman) has advertised it. Perception vs. Reality.
Bad Exegesis and Back Roads through Kansas
They’re butchering Scripture. When do you say something?
Used or enjoyed? Though he certainly did not have Hallmark's interpretive methodology in mind, I've found wisdom in St. Augustine's response to unusual uses of Scripture.
Art + Exegesis = "The Minimum Bible"
Pastor and artist Joseph Novak talks text and symbol.
What could the Christian church stand to gain from viewing Scripture as art? How could it benefit us to learn how to stand before Scripture as an awed
The Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Sermon
From research to outline, and everything in between.
more. Also immensely helpful are Denver Seminary's often-updated Annotated Old Testament Bibliography and New Testament Exegesis Bibliography.
The Church that Drinks Together
In our town, refusing to drink alcohol may be a bigger stumbling block than serving it.
South, the issue was never an important one for me (though I do remember making the point in a college class that arguments that Jesus never drank wine relied on some odd exegesis
Preaching to the Affections
An Interview with Josh Moody
Affections are the thinking-feeling-willing unit, a person's “heart”. 3) You say that we live in an "age of affections." So is preaching to the heart simply faithful cultural exegesis?
The Wandering Gospel
A reflection on the universal beauty of the body of Christ.
We gather twice a year to talk about the fruits of our Christian tradition, a system of belief, a method of exegesis, the schema of redemptive history, and the students receive these fruits
Review: “Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations”
How can churches embrace a repentant response to a dark side of culture?
honesty. It helps us detangle the gospel from our culture. Postcolonialism is (or should be) the sharply honest cutting edge of cultural exegesis. I agree
By What Authority?
Hmm, what other publication combines prize-winning humor with prize-winning exegesis?! We appreciate your subscribing to make this possible. Drew Dyck Managing editor.
Mono-Ethnic Ministries and Multi-Ethnic Churches (Part 1)
A multi-ethnic church leader responds to the call for more homogeneous churches.
I assume the author means "ministries," as he alludes in the title of his submission. But this is too broad a term for an otherwise precise, necessary, discussion and exegesis of Scripture.
What "I'm Not Being Fed" Really Means (Part 1)
You're convinced that your sermons provide a nourishing spiritual meal. How could anyone claim otherwise?
all, we did a mechanical layout of the Greek text, or we spent a couple hours poring over several articles in the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis.
Let God Speak for Himself
Why we need to listen to more Scripture, without embellishment, in worship and life.
Yes, because we know how to do exegesis. If we had Midrash, think what we would get. Midrash is investigating a mystery, but exegesis is intellectualizing a bunch of definitions.
Growing Edge In Brief
leaders. This book is part exegesis of the today's spiritual climate, and part exhortation to examine your own spiritual condition in light of the times. Some
Is your time well spent?
He and I laugh about it today, but I learned that mentoring is more about modeling and relationship and less about proper exegesis of a particular passage.
PURPOSE, Provides fast, detailed research and exegesis using 58 translations and 20 languages. Provides electronic version of the most literal translation for sermon prep.
PEOPLE IN PRINT
When I asked Freeman about this omission, he referred to the form as "oral exegesis." The form can be wonderful and authentic, but he feels it tends to teach the Word as history and
MY CHOICE OF BOOKS
William Pannell recalls the road signs that have steered his thinking.
Holy Spirit. Again, the emphasis on hard thinking and good biblical exegesis served to balance the earlier exposure I had in a revivalist tradition. Toward
"Seasons Change, and So Do Pastors"
So in this stage of ministry, I'm constantly learning how to craft my sermons. I'm much more fastidious about exegesis and even the use of language. This