Let Out the Clutch

“Whatever truth a sermon may present to the mind, it should not end without aiming to bring about some practical result, some corresponding determination of the will, state of the affections, or course of action” (Broadus, Preparation and Delivery, p. 280).

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  • laurence windham

    When I was taking homiletics at RTS I remember the Prof asking us what the ‘telos’ of the sermon was.
    I was like, What’s a ‘telos’ ?