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1 hours) Summer 2017 Dallas Theological Seminary ADVANCED EXPOSITORY PREACHING COHORT SYLLABUS (v ) Residence One DM101 The Ministry Leader (June 26-30, hours (See details of a separate syllabus) DM465-1 Advanced Expository Preaching One: Reaffirming and Refining the Art and Discipline of Expository Preaching () - 3 hours I. COURSE DESCRIPTION An advanced study of the practical art and discipline of expository preaching as practiced in a church context. This specialty track will reaffirm and refine the principles of homiletics. This course will specifically address preaching the major biblical genres with accuracy and relevancy. Key aspects of this cohort specialty track are peer group interactive learning and individual mentoring in homiletics. This specialty track will be offered in three consecutive two-week residencies over a three-year period. II. COURSE OBJECTIVES A. Overall Objective That each student, by reviewing the basic principles of homiletics, through individual coaching during the development of each sermon, by carefully developing and effectively preaching sermons, by self-evaluation, peer evaluation and evaluation by the instructor will increase in homiletical competency in each of the major biblical genres. B. Specific Cognitive Objectives 1. The student will grow in their understanding of the basic principles of homiletics. 2. The student will develop and hone their understanding of expositional preaching in each of the major biblical genres. C. Specific Affective Objectives 1

2 1. The student with advance in personal mastery of the preaching task. 2. The student will appreciate the value of interactive learning. 3. The student will appreciate the opportunity to receive knowledgeable coaching and constructive criticism on their development and delivery of selected sermons. D. Specific Behavioral Objectives 1. The student will develop enhanced preaching skills related to the focus of the course. 2. The student will develop enhanced preaching skills in the major biblical genres. COURSE TEXTBOOKS Required Arthurs, Jeffrey. Preaching with Variety: How to Re-create the Dynamics of Biblical Genres. Kregel Academic & Professional, Gibson, Scott M. Preaching the Old Testament. Baker Books, Fee, Gordon D., and Douglas Stuart. How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth. 3rd ed. Zondervan, Robinson, Haddon W., ed. Biblical Sermons: How Twelve Preachers Apply the Principles of Biblical Preaching. Baker Academic, Robinson, Haddon W. Biblical Preaching: The Development and Delivery of Expository Messages. 2nd ed. Baker Academic, Sunukjian, Donald. Invitation to Biblical Preaching: Proclaiming Truth with Clarity and Relevance. Kregel Academic & Professional, Suggested Chapell, Bryan. Christ-Centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon. 2nd ed. Baker Academic, Litfin, Duane A. Public Speaking: A Handbook for Christians. 2nd ed. Baker Academic, Robinson, Haddon W. Making a Difference in Preaching: Haddon Robinson on Biblical Preaching. Edited by Scott M. Gibson and Scott Gibson. Baker Books,

3 Course Requirements A. Pre-Resident Assignments 1. Prior to the first residency period all required texts are to be read or re-read. Students will prepare a 2 to 4 page summary of each of the required texts to equip the student to knowledgably participate in class discussions. 2. Each student will prepare and preach one () message in his church context from an assigned biblical genre. The outline, manuscript and message (DVD) will be evaluated by a peer group (those assigned the same genre) and the professor. The student will also present and defend that outline on the day that genre is discussed. 3. Each student will prepare a 15-minute presentation reviewing an assigned aspect of expository preaching accompanied by one page summary hand out for each member of the cohort and power point support as needed. 4. Each student will prepare a 30-minute message () from an assigned biblical genre to be presented in class on the day that genre is discussed. The message must include a one-page outline and a manuscript of the full extent of the content to be delivered, not merely an annotated outline. B. Resident Assignments 1. Each student will present a 15-minute review of an assigned aspect of expository preaching providing a one page hand out which summarized the content of the presentation. Power point support may be used as needed. 2. During the resident phase of this course, students will present their prepared sermon () on the day that genre is discussed. 3. Each student will present and defend the outline of the sermon () presented to his congregation prior to residency on the day that genre is discussed. C. Post-Resident Assignments 1. The cohort will be divided into peer groups. Each peer group will be assigned passages to preach in the two major biblical genres they have not yet preached. Each peer group will be responsible to set up a schedule for their group when the passages will be discussed s presented by telephone and . Each member of the group will present and discuss his outline for the other members to evaluate. Each member of the group will then present his outline to the lead professor for approval. Each student will then prepare a complete sermon 3

4 manuscript and preach the sermon. The sermon will be recorded on video and audio cd, DVD or sent online. It should be mailed or ed to the professor within the week following the giving of the sermon. This process will be repeated for each of the assigned passages. In this way each member of the cohort will have the opportunity to be coached, critiqued and mentored while preparing a sermon in each of the major biblical genres (Sermon # 3, and Sermon #4). 2. After the two messages have been preached, a notebook will be compiled which will contain a description of the students ministry setting (including the history of the church and its current demographics), a copy of each of the sermon manuscripts, an evaluation of each of the peer group conferences and a personal evaluation of each of the messages and the response of the congregation. 3. During each post-residency period the student will work closely with his mentoring professor in order to strengthen his expertise in homiletics. The professor and student will work together on interpretation, outlining, sermon development, preaching style and sermon delivery. Elective(s): - Homiletics Practicum DM410 (emphasizing biblical genres) Dr. Roger Raymer 3 hours (no residency requirement) - Elective Preaching Course 3 hours (residency scheduled for January 1-5, 2018) Course Supplemental Information DTS does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the operation of any of its programs and activities. To avoid discrimination the student is responsible for informing the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities and the course instructor of any disabling condition that will require modifications. Course Policies Letter/Numerical Grade Scale A+ 99- B C D F A B C D A B C D Weighing of Course Requirements for Grading Sermon # 1 15% Sermon # 2 15% Sermon # 3 15% Sermon # 4 15% Review of Homiletics Presentation 15% Reading 15% Peer Group Evaluation Notebook 10% TOTAL: 100% 4

5 hours) Summer 2017 Dallas Theological Seminary DATE TIME MONDAY JULY 3 TUESDAY JULY 4 WEDNESDAY JULY 5 THURSDAY JULY 6 FRIDAY JULY 7 MORNING 1. Introduction/ Orientation. Basics of Expository Preaching and Review (Each student team presents minute review followed by instructor led class interaction): Developing a Sermon Calendar Introductions Conclusions Illustrations Central Idea Outlines (deductive and inductive) 2. Narratives: OT/NT sermon Sermon#2 3. Epistles: sermon 4. Poetry: sermon 5. Prophetic, Apocalyptic: sermon Lunch Break 11:30am-1:30pm Site Visit 11:30pm-1:30pm Site visit AFTERNOON Audience Analysis Relevance Oral Clarity Verbal Delivery Non-Verbal Delivery Homiletical Process Sermon Structures (Each student will provide a one page summary of their presentation) Sermon #4 guidelines for preaching this genre) (Synthesis of practical guidelines for preaching this genre) guidelines for preaching this genre) Outline #4 guidelines for preaching this genre) 5

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