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Tuesday, March 27, 2007 

Application in Preaching

Reading: Kitchen Ancient Orient and Old Testament
Enjoying: grape juice, and the thought of a cozy bed
Listening: AFI

The subject of application in preaching has been much on my mind lately, including being the subject of a paper I produced in the first semester at seminary ("Preaching As Sacrament"). This video is 208 seconds of Piper explaining how he understands his preaching to function in God's grace and application.


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What do you think? Is Piper consistent with his theology? With broader Reformed theology?

We here at What the Thunder Said hope to think through this issue more with you, but hope you'll get the conversation going in the comments! Let's hear it: how should application function in sermons with God's grace?

(HT: DG Blog)

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Dude, I'm not as concerned about what Piper said as much as I am concerned about the fact that you are listening to 'AFI'. They were popular... hmm... when I was in 8th grade:)
On a side note, you should check out Matthew Smith (a distant relative of Michael W. Smith, jk). You might like his sound.
grace and peace,
Michael

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