Few Christians will ever have a hermeneutics class, yet it is the church’s role to teach believers how to study the scriptures. In this post, Meredith Cook reminders us that expository preaching is important because of how it teaches churchgoers to read the Bible.
“Understood properly and practiced biblically, theology is not the accumulation of cold facts, but of accurate and true knowledge that is meant to work its way out in our thoughts and lives,” notes Tim Challis in this post. He highlights the fact that each believer is by default a theologian, and ignorance is not acceptable.
In this post, Mitch Case reflects on what he has learned after preaching the Bible for twenty years. He offers a list of things he has found helpful and some indispensable for this weightiest of tasks.