Syllabi - Topic: preaching - 17 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A course by David Schnasa Jacobsen at Toronto School of Theology aims "to help students gain competence in exegetical and homiletical methods that aid Biblical preaching" in relation to apocalyptic texts.
A 2013 course by Fred Penney at Tyndale Seminary maintains a focus on "preaching biblical narratives while upholding a commitment to biblical exposition."
A 2013 course by Paul Smith at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary "focusing on the exegetical handling of scripture and its relationship to homiletic development."
A 2012 course by Kevin Livingston at Tyndale Seminary on preaching "the essentials of Christian faith . . . In what we believe, how we pray and worship, and how we conduct our lives."
A 2012 course by Debra Mumford at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "provides an introduction to the nature and process of relevant and engaging preaching."
A 2017 course by Serge Propst at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology aims to develop the necessary skills for preaching as well as "a theology of preaching and a spirituality that will assist his or her Christian ministry."
A 2005 course by Linda Clader at Church Divinity School of the Pacific is a preaching workshop.
A 2013 course by Kevin Livingston at Tyndale Seminary "presents a biblical understanding of the ministry of preaching" with a focus on "the nature of preaching, the person of the preacher, and the principles of sermon construction."
A 2012 course by Richard Ward at Phillips Theological Seminary explores the "sub-discipline of homiletics called 'narrative preaching.'"
A 2013 course by Nancy Claire Pittman at Phillips Theological Seminary prepares students "to preach, teach, plan and lead worship, offer care and counsel, and otherwise administer and lead faith communities."
A 2010 course by Wesley Wildman at Boston University aims "to improve expertise in the preaching art as it is applied to theologically challenging subject matter."
A 2014 course by Rob O'Lynn at Kentucky Christian University focuses "on current aspects of homiletics and crafting Biblical messages that are theologically and culturally relevant."
A 2012 course by Debra Mumford at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "is an advanced preaching course which provides an overview of principles for developing and delivering sermons beyond the purview of Basic Preaching. Sermons the students will learn to create include: doctrinal, social justice, wedding, funeral, Advent and Lenten sermons."
A 2014 course by Gennifer Brooks and Mark Fowler at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "is intended to help students to increase and improve the skills needed to create effective sermons of varied styles, which are appropriate to the contexts of the Biblical text, the culture of society and their particular community, and the situations that define the particular preaching moment." Attention is also paid to the performance aspect of preaching.
A 2014 course by Gennifer Brooks at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "is designed to help students find their individual preaching voice as they develop the abilities and skills necessary for the construction and delivery of effective sermons." Attention is paid to "preaching as an imperative ecclesial act" and "the essential nature of the Holy Spirit in preaching, the significance of biblical exegesis and theological reflection in proclaiming the Gospel."
A 2014 course by Gennifer Brooks at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary surveys "the history, theology and practice of preaching in the African American context, generally referred to as Black Preaching."
A 2014 course by Mark Fowler at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "is designed to help students find their individual preaching voice as they develop the abilities and skills necessary for the construction and delivery of effective sermons."