1. The Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23 2013
    Featuring Michael J. Quicke
    Theme: The Dangerous Act of Preaching

    Michael J. Quicke, C. W. Koller Professor of Preaching and Communication at Northern Seminary, presented the John A Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23, 2013, at Anderson University. Sponsored by the College of Christian Studies, the Broadus Lecture series is an annual event for students and church leaders honoring one of the nation’s pioneering teachers in preaching. Michael Quicke preaches and lectures across the world. He is the author of 360-Degree Preaching, 360-Degree Leadership, and his latest book, Preaching as Worship. He has also previously served as president of Spurgeon’s College in London.

    The lectureship is named in honor of John A. Broadus, who was one of the four founding faculty members in 1859 of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Greenville, SC; the seminary moved to Louisville, KY in 1877. He served as professor of preaching and later President of the seminary. His classic book, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons , was written while teaching in Greenville and was the nation’s preeminent text on the subject for the next century.

    “Broadus was the father of modern expository preaching, and today’s great evangelical preachers are his legacy,” notes Duduit, who also serves as executive editor of Preaching magazine in addition to his role at AU. “We are blessed to be able to reclaim this important part of South Carolina’s Christian heritage through recognizing the Broadus name in connection with this significant annual lectureship.”

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  2. The Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23 2013
    Featuring Michael J. Quicke
    Theme: The Dangerous Act of Preaching

    Michael J. Quicke, C. W. Koller Professor of Preaching and Communication at Northern Seminary, presented the John A Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23, 2013, at Anderson University. Sponsored by the College of Christian Studies, the Broadus Lecture series is an annual event for students and church leaders honoring one of the nation’s pioneering teachers in preaching. Michael Quicke preaches and lectures across the world. He is the author of 360-Degree Preaching, 360-Degree Leadership, and his latest book, Preaching as Worship. He has also previously served as president of Spurgeon’s College in London.

    The lectureship is named in honor of John A. Broadus, who was one of the four founding faculty members in 1859 of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Greenville, SC; the seminary moved to Louisville, KY in 1877. He served as professor of preaching and later President of the seminary. His classic book, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons , was written while teaching in Greenville and was the nation’s preeminent text on the subject for the next century.

    “Broadus was the father of modern expository preaching, and today’s great evangelical preachers are his legacy,” notes Duduit, who also serves as executive editor of Preaching magazine in addition to his role at AU. “We are blessed to be able to reclaim this important part of South Carolina’s Christian heritage through recognizing the Broadus name in connection with this significant annual lectureship.”

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The Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23 2013
Featuring Michael J. Quicke
Theme: The Dangerous Act of Preaching

Michael J. Quicke, C. W. Koller Professor of Preaching and Communication at Northern Seminary, presented the third annual session…


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The Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23 2013
Featuring Michael J. Quicke
Theme: The Dangerous Act of Preaching

Michael J. Quicke, C. W. Koller Professor of Preaching and Communication at Northern Seminary, presented the third annual session of the John A Broadus Lectures on Preaching October 22-23, 2013, at Anderson University. Sponsored by the College of Christian Studies, the Broadus Lecture series is an annual event for students and church leaders honoring one of the nation’s pioneering teachers in preaching. Michael Quicke preaches and lectures across the world. He is the author of 360-Degree Preaching, 360-Degree Leadership, and his latest book, Preaching as Worship. He has also previously served as president of Spurgeon’s College in London.

The lectureship is named in honor of John A. Broadus, who was one of the four founding faculty members in 1859 of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Greenville, SC; the seminary moved to Louisville, KY in 1877. He served as professor of preaching and later President of the seminary. His classic book, On the Preparation and Delivery of Sermons , was written while teaching in Greenville and was the nation’s preeminent text on the subject for the next century.

“Broadus was the father of modern expository preaching, and today’s great evangelical preachers are his legacy,” notes Duduit, who also serves as executive editor of Preaching magazine in addition to his role at AU. “We are blessed to be able to reclaim this important part of South Carolina’s Christian heritage through recognizing the Broadus name in connection with this significant annual lectureship.”

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