Haddon W. Robinson
This bestselling text by Haddon Robinson, considered by many to be the "teacher of preachers," has sold over 300,000 copies and is a contemporary classic in the field. It offers students, pastors, and Bible teachers expert guidance in the development and delivery of expository sermons. This new edition has been updated throughout and includes helpful exercises.
Praise for the Second Edition
Named "One of the 25 Most Influential Preaching Books of the Past 25 Years" by Preaching
"[An] outstanding introduction to the task of preparing and presenting biblical sermons. More than any other book of the past quarter century, Biblical Preaching has profoundly influenced a generation of evangelical preachers."--Preaching
1. The Case for Expository Preaching
2. What's the Big Idea?
3. Tools of the Trade
4. The Road from Text to Sermon
5. The Arrow and the Target
6. The Shapes Sermons Take
7. Making Dry Bones Live
8. Start with a Bang and Quit All Over
9. The Dress of Thought
10. How to Preach So People Will Listen
A Final Word
Sample Sermon and Evaluation
Answers to Student Exercises
About the Author
Haddon W. Robinson (1931-2017; PhD, University of Illinois) served as the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He authored numerous books, including It's All in How You Tell It and Making a Difference in Preaching.