Panel Review: Saying it Well by Charles Swindoll

I recently had the opportunity to take part in a book review panel at Preaching.com. The volume under consideration is Charles Swindoll’s new book on preaching, Saying it Well: Touching Others with Your Words (FaithWords, 2012). Swindoll has been preaching for almost 50 years, and anyone who has heard him knows that he is a master of the homiletic art. Saying it Well gives the reader a glimpse at how Swindoll understands and approaches preaching. It’s full of practical material; and, unlike many books on homiletics, this one contains a great deal of autobiography: Swindoll teaches about preaching while telling his own story. The book is specifically geared toward preachers but would benefit any public speaker. Be sure to take a look at the reviews from the panel on Preaching.com. My own contribution can be found on the second page.

4 thoughts on “Panel Review: Saying it Well by Charles Swindoll

  1. Hi Matt by chance have you or do you plan to read and post a review of

    Brian J. Abasciano, Paul’s Use of the Old Testament in Romans 9.10–18: An Intertextual and Theological Exegesis [Library of New Testament Studies 317; New York: T&T Clark, 2011)

    Thanks, Russ

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  2. Hi Russ, thanks for your comment. I don't have Brian's book, but I'd be very interested to read and review it. If you (or anyone else) want to send me a copy, I'll be happy to post about it. 😉

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  3. Hi Matt, I spoke with Brian and he can send you an electronic copy. He said you should have his email address, but if you don't, how can I forward that to you?

    Thanks,

    Russ

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