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Word: expository

Definition: explanatory; serving to explain; N. exposition: explaining; exhibition


Sentences Containing 'expository'

Another example of the work of Langham Partnership can be seen in the 2007 Langham Preaching training course on expository biblical preaching taken by 150 pastors in Nigeria.
Her economy of language is a genuine asset in the often overwrought genre of expository writing.
It is marked by his usual defects of style; it is nevertheless a considerable monument of his expository power, and the best illustration we possess of the Antiochene method of interpreting Old Testament prophecy.
Meanwhile, Peart's lyrics shifted toward an expository tone with subject matter that dwelled less on fantastical or allegorical story-telling and more heavily on topics that explored humanistic, social and emotional elements.
October 1921) is a French mathematician, known for his work in functional analysis, and also his expository books.
Some have criticised Langham Partnership as "yet one more expression of Western dominance in the worldwide church,” noting that, in the early years at least, Majority World students were brought to study in the West, books sent to pastors and seminaries tended to be Western, and Stott's own emphasis on expository preaching may have been unseemly in some cultures.
XVII), it presents different expository methods for understanding this teaching's twelve factors ("nidana").

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