Preaching in Our Time

Jim Cassidy and Glen Clary cover the week’s book news. Glen mentions The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures in the Worship of the Christian Church, vol. 7: Our Own Time as well as a forthcoming title from Hughes Oliphant Old. Jim touches upon several new resources regarding Herman Bavinck.

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Bill Snodgrass

9 years ago

Should we start at Volume one ? What do you think ?

Camden Bucey

9 years ago

Oh man – that would take a while…

Jim Cassidy

9 years ago

It seems better to use the book as a resource depending on your research needs. So, if you are studying Reformation worship and preaching, read vol 4. Of course, a marathon through the series would also – I am sure – will yield great rewards.

Glen Clary

9 years ago

Having read all 7, I would highly recommend reading Volumes 1 and 2. Volume 1 is not that long, so it can be read pretty quickly; it is the best attempt at developing a biblical theology of preaching that I’ve found. Volume 2 explains so much about Christian preaching throughout the centuries that I think, in many ways, it is the most helpful volume. After that, I would follow Cassidy’s advice and use the rest as referrence or study whatever period you’re really interested in. I know that most of our guys will be tempted to read Volume 4 first, but I think that’s a big mistake. Volume 4 can hardly be understood without first reading Volume 2 (and, for that matter, Volume 1).

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