P511 - Homiletics
This course provides the student with spiritual and practical information to effectively deliver
edifying sermons under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. The first sessions deal with the
preacher, pulpit etiquette, how to consistently preach with anointing, perspectives on such
things as humor in the pulpit, and various doís and doníts. In the first semester the student
learns the various types of sermons: textual, expository, topical, alliteration, biographical, and
six others. Subsequently, he learns various types of sermon outlines and their respective parts,
and he receives training in each area. Finally, he learns by writing outlined sermons for
several different types of audiences. In the second semester, the student learns by preaching
and by evaluating other studentsí messages on a scale tailored for such analysis. 2 credits.
Prerequisite: four semesters.
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