- Outlines are analytical aids that can help you to discerning the structure and flow of a passage. Outlines are organizational aids to help you organize and clarify your thoughts and the flow of your message.
- Outlines are communication aids to help your hearers to know and follow where you are going.
- Outlines are credibility aids that instill confidence in your hearers that you are organized and prepared (See Chapell, Christ-Centered Preaching,120).
- Outlines can be mnemonic aids that help you and your hearers remember and process what is being preached.
Oct 6, 2021
What Is an Outline?
This semester I am teaching an introductory class on preaching. One part of sermon crafting that we discuss is outlining. I begin this discussion with what an outline is. Here is my list. Feel free to leave a comment with your additions, questions, or thoughts.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 10:10 AM
Labels: Homiletics, Preaching, Sermons
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