Preaching to Change Lives in a Multicultural Church Context

PAST MC62 (3)

Examines the principles of structuring and delivering sermons in a variety of genres, including expository, narrative, and evangelistic preaching, with particular attention to key theological themes emerging in different cultural contexts. Students will learn to address three important questions in homiletics: What? (knowing/content), So What? (feeling/emotion), and the Now What? (doing/will), in sermons that call forth genuine life changes, through the Holy Spirit. Students will have opportunity to preach in their own language of ministry and cultural context and receive peer and instructor feedback. Prerequisite: BIBL 0501. Exclusion: CHIN 0601. Same as PAST 0739.
Course Code: PAST MC62 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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