Speaking Out: The Privilege of Prayer

Speaking Up: The Privilege of Prayer

A sermon preached at St Augustine’s Anglican Church Neutral Bay

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The structure of Romans 2:17-29

In my book, I argue that the Romans 2:17-29 consists of three sections. This cuts across the traditional division of the passage into two sections.

Preachers and Leaders

Preachers and Leaders 4: Preaching and congregational leadership today

Now, as then, preaching should be understood as the public component of the speech of a congregational leader to a congregation under his care, by which he ensures that the congregation learns, obeys and holds on to the truth of God’s word. A congregational leader leads his congregation by preaching; conversely, preaching is the key public expression of a congregational leader’s role.