Published on January 28, 2016
1. Deductive sermons Forms & Outlines by Pablo A. Jiménez www.drpablojimenez.net
2. The “Three Appeal” n Introduction n Body (3 points) – Appeal to the Mind – Appeal to the Heart – Appeal to the Will n Conclusion
3. Law & Gospel I n Introduction n Body (2 points) – The Law – The Gospel n Conclusion
4. Law & Gospel II n Introduction n Body (3 points) – A description of the human sinful condition – An announcement of God’s promise of redemption – A description of Jesus’ fulfillment of that redemptive promise n Conclusion
5. Law & Gospel III n Introduction n Body (3 points) – Human sin – God’s redemptive acts – Human obligation of gratitude and obedience n Conclusion
6. Law & Gospel IV n Introduction n Body (2 points) – Promise – Fulfillment n Conclusion
7. The Dialectic Sermon n Introduction n Body (3 points) – Thesis – Antithesis – Synthesis n Conclusion
8. Major to minor premise n Introduction n Body (2 points) – Major premise – Minor premise n Conclusion
9. Minor to major premise n Introduction n Body (2 points) – Minor premise – Major premise n Conclusion
10. Interrogatory sermon n Introduction n Body – Answer 2 to 5 of the following questions: What? Who? Which? Where? When? Why? How? n Conclusion
11. The “Ladder” n Introduction n Body (3 points) – The first point leads to the second (If this is so, then…) – The second leads to the third – The third leads to the conclusion n Conclusion
12. Problem Solving I n Introduction n Body (2 points) – The problem – The solution n Conclusion
13. Problem Solving II n Introduction n Body (3 points) – The problem – Possible solutions – Chosen or recommended solution n Conclusion
14. Problem Solving III n Introduction n Body (2 points) – The problem – Strategies to address the problem n Conclusion
15. Problem Solving IV n Introduction n Body (3 points) – Explore – Explain – Apply n Conclusion
16. Problem Solving V n Introduction n Body (2-5 points) – The problem – Strategy I – Strategy II, etc. n Conclusion
17. The Analytical Sermon n Introduction n Body (3 points) – See – Think – Act n Conclusion
18. The “Jewel” n Introduction n Body (2 to 5 points) – A facet of the issue – Another facet of the issue, etc. n Conclusion
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