An essay is presented which explores the biblical exposition and persuasion in the public oratory and writings of preachers John Calvin and John Chrysostom. It discusses the comments of John Calvin in his book "Praefatio in Chrysostomi Homilias." It presents the thoughts of Calvin on the preaching of Chrysostom about his goal of communicating the plain meaning of Scripture to the plain people. It also analyzes the rhetorical styles of Chrysostom and Calvin in their sermons.
|Number of pages||16|
|Journal||Westminster theological journal|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|