What are expository sermons?
Expository Sermon: is a sermon that explains how one specific topic needs to be done or handled.
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Also called 'homily', a sermon is a lecture based upon scripture or personal experiences. The sermon can be short or lengthy depending on the presenter.
An expository is an essay with 4 paragraphs . Paragraph #1 includes two subtopicsand a restatment of the prompt.
it is a paragraph on how to do somethong explaining somthing
A pedagogical term for any form of writing that conveys informationand explains ideas: exposition
Sermons are speeches made by a member of the clergy explaining a particular passage out of the Bible.
Expository paragraphs are paragraphs that are used to conveyinformation. Expository paragraphs can be used to explain somethingto a reader and give examples.
An Expository text is a text that tells you facts about an event are how to do something.It also can give insight.
it is something that really happened in the past
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No. A textbook would be more technical writing. Expository meansthoughts, opinions and concepts.
Expository speech is a speech that gives a deep explanation andclear emphasis on the subject matter or topic.
uninstructive. indirect . Cheese
Expository passage introduces or explains a subject, givesgroundwork information that is necessary for understanding ideas,or analyzes information objectively.
In Academic Writing
The purpose of an expository essay is to present, completely and fairly, other people's views or to report about an event or a situation. Expository writing, or exposition, pr…esents a subject in detail, apart from criticism, argument, or development; i.e., the writer elucidates a subject by analyzing it. Such writing is discourse designed to convey information or explain what is difficult to understand. Exposition usually proceeds by the orderly analysis of parts and the use of familiar illustrations or analogies.
In Academic Writing
An expository piece of writing is when the author is trying to inform, describe or explain something to the reader.
A setting forth of meaning or intent.
A "sermon" is a talk on a religious or moral subject, so the answermust be YES.