Models for Biblical Preaching

Expository Sermons from the Old Testament

by HADDON ROBINSON (Author)Haddon W. Robinson (Editor)Patricia Batten (Editor)
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This companion volume to Haddon Robinson's influential Biblical Preaching presents models of biblical preaching from Old Testament texts. This allows students of preaching to see the theory of Robinson's classic work fleshed out in actual sermons from exemplary preachers. Preachers include:

Patricia Batten, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Sid Buzzell, Colorado Christian University
Eric Dokken, Grace Community Church, Marblehead, Massachusetts
Chris Dolson, Blackhawk Church, Middleton, Wisconsin
Kent Edwards, Biola University
Matthew Kim, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Steve Mathewson, CrossLife Evangelical Free Church, Libertyville, Illinois
Torrey Robinson, First Baptist Church, Tarrytown, New York
Ramona Spilman, Cherry Hills Community Church, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Scott Wenig, Denver Seminary
Bryan Wilkerson, Grace Chapel, Lexington, Massachusetts

Following each sermon, Robinson offers a brief commentary and interviews the preacher, providing students with practical insight into ministry life and sermon preparation.



Haddon W. Robinson, Editor

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.

Patricia Batten, Editor

Patricia Batten (DMin, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) teaches homiletics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, and has served various churches in pastoral or preaching roles.