PAS3053 - Christian Preaching III
An application of homiletical principles and practices through preaching.
The following learning outcomes will be achieved by this course:
- Distinguish the theoretical and spiritual foundations for preaching. (Analysis)
- Prepare and deliver biblically based sermons. (Synthesis)
- Integrate exegetical, hermeneutical, and homiletical skills. (Synthesis)
- Appraise the effectiveness of sermons of different types and styles. (Evaluate)
The following competencies, as outlined in the Sourcebook on Ordination: United States of America Edition, 2006 to meet the educational requirements for Ordination within the Church of the Nazarene, will be achieved by completing this course:
- Ability to exegete a passage of Scripture using the steps of historical, literary, and theological analysis used in exegesis.(CN-17)
- Ability to speak coherently and cogently in the modes of discourse appropriate for the various ministry contexts.(CP-3)
- Ability to prepare, organize, and deliver biblically sound sermons in culturally appropriate ways using appropriate techniques and skills.(CP-22)Elder,(CP-22)Deacon Chaplaincy
- Ability to develop and utilize existing ministry forms such as evangelistic preaching, pastoral care preaching, doctrinal/teaching preaching and preaching Christian seasons/calendar by which individuals, families, and congregations may be formed in Christlikeness. (CP-23)Elder, (CP-23)Deacon Chaplaincy
- Ability to assess the strengths and weaknesses of current homiletical models in light of enduring theological (Bible, doctrine, philosophy) and contextual (history, psychology, sociological) perspectives.(CP-24)Elder, (CP-24)Deacon Chaplaincy
Christian Preaching I and Christian Preaching II.