413G Expository Teaching and Preaching the Book of Exodus
This program is a continuation from the classes on Expository Teaching and Preaching Theory and Practicum. The purpose for this course is to afford students who completed the Expository Teaching and Preaching Diploma requirements another opportunity to further develop their skill in teaching and preaching. This course is a practicum. We will not focus on the theory of homiletics since the theoretical foundation was covered in 411A & B and 412A & B. Students must have taken these four courses to register for the following four courses.
Exodus is both a fascinating exploration and a foundational book for the study of the early history if Israel. Most of Exodus is narrative, giving the homiletic student plenty of teaching and preaching material. The student will be required to craft and deliver a message from this book.
Qualifies for the Expository Teaching and Preaching the Bible Diploma.
Required Textbook: Biblical Preaching: Development & Delivery of Expository Messages, 3rd ed.; Haddon Robinson
Main Campus Schedule
- Fall I - Mondays, 7:35 pm - Lawrence Taylor