Greater Than The Former: A Christocentric Approach To Haggai In Light Of Recent Christocentric Homiletics
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GREATER THAN THE FORMER: A CHRISTOCENTRIC APPROACH TO HAGGAI IN LIGHT OF RECENT CHRISTOCENTRIC HOMILETICS Alex Ryan Loginow, Sr., D.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2018 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Brian K. Payne This D.Min. thesis argues for the importance of using a Christocentric hermeneutic for the interpretation and preaching of the book of Haggai. Chapter 1 is an introduction that surveys works on hermeneutics and homiletics, biblical theology, and commentaries on the book of Haggai and then presents the need for the paper followed by the thesis statement. Chapter 2 is a survey of how the book of Haggai has been interpreted and preached throughout church history. Chapter 3 defines and defends Christocentric preaching over against other hermeneutics. Chapter 4 is a Christ-centered exegesis of the book of Haggai. Chapter 5 contains five sermon manuscripts from the book of Haggai that are a result of the exegesis of chapter 4. Chapter 6 reviews the thesis and argument. The work ends with suggestions for further research.