Teaching the Congregation at Grace Fellowship Baptist Church, Robertsdale, Alabama, to Do Biblical Exposition
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ABSTRACT TEACHING THE CONGREGATION AT GRACE FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH, ROBERTSDALE, ALABAMA TO DO BIBLICAL EXPOSITION Jeffrey Wayne Hunter, D.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Terry J. Betts The project develops, encourages and inspires believers to be biblical expositors. It explains and models a method for doing biblical exposition in formal and informal settings. Chapter 1 presents the purpose, goals, context, rationale, definitions, limitations, and research methodology of the project and a detailed outline. Chapter 2 gives the biblical/theological justifications for doing biblical exposition. Specifically, how God is a speaking God who speaks through His people. Chapter 3 sets forth the philosophical/practical mindset for becoming a biblical expositor. It expands the theological idea of God expositing Himself to His people necessitating men and women to become competent expositors themselves. Chapter 4 explains the process and research methodology used to implement the project. The intent is to explain the process of doing the three progressive parts of the project. Chapter 5 provides an evaluation of the project goals, along with suggested modifications to strengthen the project for future use.