Prepare to Preach (Ssssion 3)

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Prepare to Preach (Ssssion 3)

  1. 1. Session Three (EXPOSITION)
  2. 2. Group Discussion 1. Exposition requires a lot of “theological” thinking. Why is this important? 2. Why do people often skip this process when they’re studying the Bible? 3. What will you do now that you know this?
  3. 3. “Reflect on what I am saying, for the Lord will give you insight into all this.”
  4. 4. How to HEAR • Hold a principalizing filter • Examine relevant cross references • Analyze its place in progressive revelation • Restate the exegetical statements into expositional statements
  5. 5. or Old Testament
  6. 6. Differences Common concerns Fallen Condition Focus (FCF)
  7. 7. Ten Major Categories of Systematic Theology
  8. 8. Sources of Theology
  9. 9. Analogy Scripture interprets Scripture
  10. 10. Predicting Christ Reflecting on Christ Preparing for Christ Results of Christ’s words and work
  11. 11. Metanarrative of the Bible
  12. 12. LIFE SIN DEATH GIFT
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. 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: Church leaders must watch out against false teachers.
  15. 15. Practice Session 1. Review the exegetical statements you made. 2. Hold a principalizing filter (take note of the differences in language, culture, geography, history and politics). 3. Examine relevant crossreferences. 4. Analyze its place in progressive revelation 4. Restate the exegetical statements.
  16. 16. Group Discussion 1. Exposition requires a lot of “theological” thinking. Why is this important? 2. Why do people often skip this process when they’re studying the Bible? 3. What will you do now that you know this?

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