Monday, January 28, 2008

Relevance and Application

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Peter Mead at Biblical Preaching has a helpful post re: application versus relevance. He begins...

Biblical preaching needs to be relevant. It can’t simply be a theological lecture or a vaguely devotional time-out. It needs to be relevant. There are some who suggest that every sermon must include a series of action steps in order to be considered relevant. Would you agree with that idea? Are relevance and application close to the same, like twins in the preaching family, or are they more like cousins? What is the connection between relevance and application?

You can read the rest of his post here.

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