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Homiletics: Classification of Divisions

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Homiletics: Classification of Divisions by William Paxton is a comprehensive guide for anyone interested in improving their preaching skills. Paxton breaks down the art of sermon preparation into clear and manageable steps, making it easy for readers to create impactful sermons that engage their audience.

The book covers a wide range of topics, from understanding the purpose of preaching to crafting effective introductions and conclusions. Paxton's explanations are clear and concise, making it easy for readers to apply his teachings to their own preaching.

One of the standout features of the book is the detailed classification of sermon divisions. Paxton provides numerous examples and templates that readers can use as a springboard for their own sermons, making it easy to organize their thoughts and structure their messages in a way that is both meaningful and engaging.

Overall, Homiletics: Classification of Divisions is a valuable resource for both novice and experienced preachers. Paxton's insights and practical advice make it a must-read for anyone looking to improve their preaching skills and connect more effectively with their congregation.

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This lecture comes from Paxton's Homiletics class at Princeton Seminary. The 'classification of divisions' refers to different structures for dividing and ordering sermons. He supplies a taxonomy for analysis of both topical and textual sermons. The lecture refers to other lectures from this class which were never published. - Summary by InTheDesert

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