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9 Marks is running an interview series with the British, insightful Steve Timmis, co-author of Total Church. Steve’s quotation of David Fairchild regarding the pastoral advantage of dialogical preaching is worth the whole interview:
Extended monologue can cause me to think about the sermon more than I think about the gospel and the people the gospel is for. If I think of the people, I think about how I’m going to communicate the gospel to them. If I think of the gospel, I think about how I am going to communicate the gospel to a particular people. If I think about a sermon, I don’t much think about either of them at worst; at best I think about them as a sort of homiletical box to check.