Author Archives: William Klock

The Art and Science of Sermon Preparation: Planning Ahead

“Habitually to come into the pulpit unprepared is unpardonable presumption.” — Charles Spurgeon There seems to be an assumption amongst many that sermons form themselves as the preacher stands in the pulpit.  We preachers are often asked, half-jokingly, what we … Continue reading

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“Genesis: An Expositional and Devotional Commentary” by William Klock

This new instalment in our series of expositional commentaries includes sixty chapters adapted from Fr. Bill’s recent series of sermons on Genesis.  In the early chapters of the book Fr. Bill focuses our attention on the place of Genesis within … Continue reading

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7 Tips for My Younger Preacher Self

How many of us have ever wished that we could go back in time and impart the wisdom we have now to our younger selves as we embarked into the world of ministry?  On the Gospel Coalition blog today, Jeramie … Continue reading

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“Baptism and Baptismal Regeneration” by Archibald Boyd

The Anglican Expositor is pleased to offer this reprint of Archibald Boyd’s classic treatise on Baptism and baptismal regeneration. This book might be little known but for its being mentioned in Ray Sutton’s Signed, Sealed, and Delivered. In fact, Boyd’s … Continue reading

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The Annotated Book of Common Prayer by John Henry Blunt

If you’ve browsed our Resources for Sunday library here at the Anglican Expositor, you’re probably familiar with John Henry Blunt’s commentary on the Epistles and Gospels.  We’re pleased to bring you this reprint of Blunt’s The Annotated Book of Common … Continue reading

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An excellent article on the nature of preaching as God’s Word was posted today on The Gospel Coalition blog.  Anyabwile always has good insights to share on preaching, but his thoughts here are particularly good.  I’ve been working my way … Continue reading

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“Christ did something or other, which, somehow or other, had some connexion or other with salvation.”

Is the Gospel clear in our preaching?  Do we drive home the important doctrines of the faith from the pulpit?  Or do we preach a feel-good, non-confrontational, sentimental, and wishy-washy message of the goodness of God and the goodness of … Continue reading

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