Contextual Ministry I (Homiletics and Liturgics)
Theologies of Preaching
If you've gotten this far, chances are you are wondering what courses in preaching at WLS or TST might be like. Some of you may be teachers of preaching who wish to compare notes. Others of you may be students at other seminaries or divinity schools. Some of you, however, may be thinking specifically of taking courses here. Naturally, students registered in the degree programs of the seminary or its related schools in TST are welcome to take these courses. Most students in these courses are in the M.Div., M.Th. programs at WLS (Please note: M.Th. students or other advanced students may have extra requirements beyond those listed in the e-syllabi) or Th.D. students from the doctoral programme in homiletics at TST. However, if you are a parish pastor interested in doing further work in preaching on a course by course basis, you are also welcome. We have enjoyed the presence and wisdom of students who already have a seminary degree in hand registered as "general graduate students."
Please be advised, however, that the course syllabi given below are for general information only. Depending on the size of a course and its make-up, the content of any of these course syllabi is subject to change. The versions published on this web site should not be construed as binding in any way. Students taking these courses should refer solely to the syllabi handed out in class for determining the class schedule and the date and scope of assignments.
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