Author: Josh Buice

Ten Helpful Pieces of Advice to Seminary Students

Editor’s Note: The purpose of this series is to help students whether they are preparing for, attending, or have graduated from seminary to grow in the God’s grace. To read the rest of the articles in this series click here. ***************** Dear Seminary Student, The year leading up to our move to Louisville to attend The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary my wife and I committed to a very frugal lifestyle of beans and rice in order to save as much money as possible for the northward transition from our home west of Atlanta. Upon arriving on the seminary campus,...

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Answering Two Important Questions About Expository Preaching

Editor’s note: The purpose of this series is to write on “Issues in the Church” that either aren’t talked about, ignored entirely, or that we want to contribute to the discussion on. Our goal with this series is to help our readers think through these issues from a biblical worldview with lots of practical gospel-application. Joel opened up our series looking at expository preaching: an end goal more than a style. Mike Cooper wrote on pastoral hospital visits. Today Josh Buice answers to important questions about expository preaching. ************************************************** Many people today hear preachers talking about preaching, and they...

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