Prepare to preach (ses 3)

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  • 1. By Rev Bong Baylon
  • 2. Session Three(EXPOSITION)
  • 3. How to HEAR• Hold a principalizing filter• Examine relevant cross references• Analyze its place in progressive revelation• Restate the exegetical statements if necessary
  • 4. or Old Testament
  • 5. DifferencesCommon concernsFallen ConditionFocus (FCF)
  • 6. Ten MajorCategories ofSystematic Theology
  • 7. Sources ofTheology
  • 8. AnalogyScripture interprets Scripture
  • 9. Predicting Christ Reflecting on ChristPreparing for Christ Results of Christ
  • 10. Metanarrative of the Bible
  • 11. Story of Israel in the OT
  • 12. Sample of Exegesis Text: 1 Timothy 6:3-10 Theme: False Teachers in Ephesus Topic: Why false teachers are dangerous in Ephesus Truth: False teachers reject the truth and cause problems in the church. Thrust: Timothy must watch out against false teachers in Ephesus.
  • 13. Sample of Exposition Text: 1 Timothy 6:3-10 Theme: False Teachers in churches Topic: Why false teachers are dangerous in churches Truth: False teachers reject the truth and cause problems in the church. Thrust: Churches must watch out against false teachers.
  • 14. Practice Session1. Review the exegetical statements.2. Hold a principalizing filter (take note ofdifferences in language, culture, geography,history and politics).3. Examine relevant cross-references.4. Analyze its place inprogressive revelation4. Restate the exegeticalstatements if necessary.
  • 15. Group Discussion1. Exposition requires a lotof theological thinking.What is your opinion aboutthis kind of approach?2. Why do peopleoften skip this processwhen they’re studyingthe Bible?3. What will you now dodifferently as a result?