A Biblical Case for Expositional Preaching

Mike Bullmore | February 25, 2010

Series: 9Marks Top 100

What is expositional preaching? A sermon is expositional if its content and intent are controlled by the content and intent of a particular passage of Scripture. The preacher says what the passage says, and he intends for his sermon to accomplish in his listeners exactly what God is seeking to accomplish through the chosen passage of his Word.

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