Countless books teach the craft of preaching, but not many discuss its fundamental requirement: the piety of the preacher. In this newly revised classic, Piper focuses on Jonathan Edwards and Charles Spurgeon as prime examples, noting how their spirituality enabled them to speak the truth with joy and to appeal earnestly for a response. 120 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Review 1 for The Supremacy of God in Preaching, rev. ed.
Date:January 28, 2008
I believe every preacher and Bible teacher should read this book and think deeply about the points John Piper emphasizes. Thought-provoking and eye-opening, this book challenges those of us who preach the Word of God to keep the God of the Word central to all our preaching (and Bible teaching). Now, to learn to put it into practice ...
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Review 2 for The Supremacy of God in Preaching, rev. ed.
Date:July 13, 2007
This book changed the way I preach. It freed me from the tyranny of the "felt needs" approach to preaching in order to focus on God as the One who is to be the object of our worship and source of our needs. This little book is spiritual dynamite and will revitalize your preaching and teaching ministry.