On-Campus Course Syllabus MIN 435 L00.A Evangelistic Preaching Spring 2017

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1 Class Information Day and Time: Tuesday, 7:00-9:30 PM Room Number: E208 On-Campus Course Syllabus MIN 435 L00.A Evangelistic Preaching Spring 2017 Contact Information Instructor Name: Dr. Jeremy A. Rogers Instructor Instructor Phone: (940) Instructor Office Hours: Off Campus Course Description and Prerequisites A study of oratory and rhetoric as they relate to evangelistic preaching. Each student learns to prepare expository, textual, and topical evangelistic sermons. Particular emphasis is placed on delivering an effective evangelistic invitation. (Prerequisites: EMS 101, MIN 201) Course Objectives The student who successfully completes this course will be able to: 1. Prepare and deliver an evangelistic sermon following the guidelines and principles taught in class. 2. Prepare and deliver an evangelistic invitation following the guidelines and principles taught in class. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the Christ-centered nature of Scripture as well as the role of Scriptural genre plays in the interpretation and declaration of the Gospel. 4. Demonstrate an ability to use Scripture correctly to persuade people of the necessity of repenting of their sins and trusting Christ for their salvation. Required Textbooks Recapturing the Voice of God, Steven W. Smith, 1 st ed. (ISBN: ) Christ-Centered Preaching, Bryan, 2 nd ed. (ISBN: ) The Christ-Centered Expositor, Tony Merida, 1 st ed. (ISBN: ) Recommended Reading Grasping God s Word, J. Scott Duvall & J. Daniel Hays, 2 nd ed. (ISBN: ) Course Requirements and Assignments 1. GOSPEL EXPLANATION: The student will be required to turn in a 2-page explanation of the Gospel written in the way he/she would explain it to someone personally who is hearing it for the first time. This assignment will be due at the beginning of class, the second week. DUE DATE: JANUARY 24, [This assignment will be 10% of the student s final semester grade] Page 1 of 7

2 2. READING QUIZZES: The student will take a quiz each week over the class reading assigned for that week. This test will also serve as the manner in which the professor takes attendance each week and the quiz will be taken after opening remarks/devotional. DUE DATE: EACH WEEK. [This assignment will be 15% of the student s final semester grade] 3. BOOK DIGESTS: The student will be required to write a 3-page book digest over the first two (2) books on the Required Texts list: Recapturing the Voice of God and The Christ-Centered Expositor. (Handout: What Is a Book Digest? to be given on first day of class.) DUE DATES: (RVG) FEB.14, 2017/(CCE) MARCH 21, [These assignments together will total 20% of the student s final semester grade] 4. BOOK REVIEW: The student will read Christ-Centered Preaching and write a 7-page book review. The book review should follow the guidelines set forth in the Criswell Style Manual. DUE DATE: MAY 2, [This assignment will be 25% of the student s final semester grade] 5. SERMON: The student will be required to prepare one (1) evangelistic sermon to be preached in class. (The Biblical Text of the sermon is to be determined by the student and approved by the professor) On the day the student is scheduled to preach he will turn in either (1) a full manuscript or (2) an expanded outline, complete with written introduction and conclusion/invitation. The sermon will be minutes in length and will be evaluated by each student in the class and by the professor. (All sermons will be graded according to the Sermon Grading Rubric which will be given on the first day of class.) DUE DATE: SCHEDULED PREACHING DATE. [This assignment will be 30% of the student s final semester grade] Course/Classroom Policies and Information Grading All grading in class will be done according to the grading rubrics to be handed out on the first day of class during syllabus overview. Late Work All late work will be penalized (10) points for each day it is late. Turning In Assignments All assignments are to be turned in at or before the beginning of class the day they are due. Any assignment not turned in at the appropriate time will be considered late. Class Attendance Students are responsible for enrolling in courses for which they anticipate being able to attend every class session on the day and time appearing on course schedules, and then making every effort to do so. When unavoidable situations result in absence or tardiness, students are responsible for acquiring any information missed. Professors are not obliged to allow students to make up missed work. Per their independent discretion, individual professors may determine how attendance affects students ability to meet course learning objectives and whether attendance affects course grades. Grading Scale A grade points per semester hour A grade points per semester hour B grade points per semester hour B grade points per semester hour Page 2 of 7

3 B grade points per semester hour C grade points per semester hour C grade points per semester hour C grade points per semester hour D grade points per semester hour D grade point per semester hour D grade points per semester hour F grade points per semester hour Incomplete Grades Students requesting a grade of Incomplete (I) must understand that incomplete grades may be given only upon approval of the faculty member involved. An I may be assigned only when a student is currently passing a course and in situations involving extended illness, serious injury, death in the family, or employment or government reassignment, not student neglect. Students are responsible for contacting their professors prior to the end of the semester, plus filing the appropriate completed and approved academic request form with the Registrar s Office. The I must be removed (by completing the remaining course requirements) no later than 60 calendar days after the grade was assigned, or the I will become an F. Academic Honesty Absolute truth is an essential belief and basis of behavior for those who believe in a God who cannot lie and forbids falsehood. Academic honesty is the application of the principle of truth in the classroom setting. Academic honesty includes the basic premise that all work submitted by students must be their own and any ideas derived or copied from elsewhere must be carefully documented. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: cheating of any kind, submitting, without proper approval, work originally prepared by the student for another course, plagiarism, which is the submitting of work prepared by someone else as if it were his own, and failing to credit sources properly in written work. Institutional Policy All official college communications to students enrolled in this course will be sent exclusively to students institutional accounts. Students are expected to check their student accounts regularly and to respond in an appropriate and timely manner to all communications from faculty and administrative departments. Students are permitted to setup automatic forwarding of s from their student accounts to one or more personal accounts. The student is responsible to setup and maintain forwarding without assistance from college staff. If a student chooses to use this forwarding option, he/she will continue to be responsible for responding appropriately to all communications from faculty and administrative departments of the college. Criswell College bears no responsibility for the use of s that have been forwarded from student accounts to other accounts. Disabilities In order to ensure full class participation, any student with a disabling condition requiring special accommodations (e.g., tape recorders, special adaptive equipment, special note-taking or test-taking needs) is strongly encouraged to contact Page 3 of 7

4 the instructor at the beginning of the course, or if a student has a learning disability, please inform the professor so assistance can be provided. Intellectual Property Rights Unless otherwise specifically instructed in writing by the professor, students must neither materially nor digitally reproduce materials from any course offered by Criswell College for or with the significant possibility of distribution. Resources and Support Blackboard and CAMS: Criswell College uses Blackboard as its web-based learning tool and CAMS for student data. Students needing assistance with either of these resources should contact the Campus Software Manager at Student Services: The Student Services Office exists to foster and encourage success in all areas of life physical, intellectual, spiritual, social, and emotional. Students are encouraged to reach out for assistance by contacting the office at or Pastoral and certified counseling services are also available to Criswell students. Appointments are scheduled through the Dean of Students Jeff Campbell, at Wallace Library: Students can access academic resources and obtain research assistance by visiting the Wallace Library, which is located on campus. For more information, students can the Wallace Library at or call Writing Center: Students are encouraged to consult with writing tutors to improve and enhance their skills and confidence by practicing techniques of clear and effective writing. To consult with a tutor, students can visit the Writing Center located on the first floor near the Computer Lab, or they can schedule an appointment by ing or calling Course Outline/Calendar WEEK LECTURE READING ASSIGNMENT DUE Week 1 Syllabus & Course Introduction (1/17/17) Week 2 (1/24/17) What Is The Gospel? & The Great Need To Preach It Smith (Intro-Ch. 4) Week 3 Different Types Of & The Smith (1/31/17) Primacy Of Exposition (Chs. 5-8) Week 3 History of Evangelistic Preaching: Smith (2/7/17) Personalities,, & (Chs. 9-12) Movements Week 4 The Five Canons of Rhetoric: (1-3) (2/14/17) Invention, Arrangement, & Style Week 5 The Five Canons of Rhetoric: (4-5) Merida (2/21/17) Memory & Delivery (Chs. 1-5) Week 6 Delivery of Invitations & The Use Merida (2/28/17) of Persuasion: Theology and (Chs. 6-9) Suitability Week 7 Issues In Evangelistic Preaching: Merida Page 4 of 7 DATES DUE: Gospel Explanation DUE: Smith (Book Digest)

5 (3/7/17) Prayers, Spontaneous Baptism, New Believer s Classes, and Training Decision Counselors Week 8 (3/14/17) Week 9 (3/21/17) Week 10 (3/28/17) Week 11 (4/4/17) Week 12 (4/11/17) Week 13 (4/18/17) Week 14 (4/25/17) Week 15 (5/2/17) Week 16 (5/9/17) SPRING BREAK NO CLASSES Guest Lecture/Panel: Christ- Centered Preaching Finals Week NO CLASS (Chs , Conclusion & App. A & B ) (Chs. 1-3) (Chs. 4-6) (Chs. 7-9) (Chs ) (App. 1-8) DUE: Merida (Book Digest) DUE: (Book Review) Selected Bibliography Books Available In Wallace Library: Akin, Daniel L., David L. Allen, and Ned Matthews, eds. Text Driven Preaching: God s Word at the Heart of Every Sermon. Nashville: B&H Academic, Akin, Daniel L., Bill Curtis, and Stephen Rummage. Engaging Exposition: A 3-D Approach to Preaching. Nashville: B&H Academic, Armstrong, Richard. The Pastor as Evangelist. Philadelphia: Westminster, Blomberg, Craig L. Preaching the Parables. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, Broadus, John A. A Treatise on the Preparation and Delivery of, ed.edwin Dargan. New York: Hodder and Stoughton, Brooks, Phillips. Lectures on Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1969., Bryan. Christ Centered Preaching. 2nd ed. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic Books, Craddock, Fred B. As One without Authority. 4th ed. Chalice Press, Dodd, C. H. The Apostolic Preaching and Its Developments. Grand Rapids: Baker, Drummond, Lewis. Leading Your Church in Evangelism. Nashville: Broadman, Goldsworthy, Graham. Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture: The Application of Biblical Theology to Expository Preaching. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Greidanus, Sidney. The Modern Preacher and the Ancient Text: Interpreting and Preaching Biblical Literature. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Hawkins, O. S. Drawing the Net. Nashville: Broadman, Heisler, Greg. Spirit-Led Preaching: The Holy Spirit s Role in Sermon Preparation and Delivery. Nashville: B&H, Page 5 of 7

6 Johnson, Dennis E. Him We Proclaim: Preaching Christ From All the Scriptures. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, Johnston, Graham. Preaching to a Postmodern World: A Guide to Reaching Twenty-first Century Listeners. Grand Rapids: Baker, Jowett, J. H. The Preacher: His Life and Work. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Kaiser, Walter C. Jr. The Majesty of God in the Old Testament: A Guide for Preaching and Teaching. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, Kendall, R. T. Stand Up and Be Counted. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Koller, Charles W. Expository Preaching without Notes plus Preached without Notes. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Larsen, David L. The Evangelism Mandate: Recovering the Centrality of Gospel Preaching. Wheaton: Crossway, Lloyd-Jones, Martin. Preaching and Preachers. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Loscalzo, Craig A. Evangelistic Preaching That Connects. Downers Grove, IL: IVP, MacArthur, John Jr. Rediscovering Expository Preaching. Dallas: Word Publishing, Merida, Tony. Faithful Preaching: Declaring Scripture With Responsibility, Passion, and Authenticity. Nashville: B&H, Miller, Calvin. Preaching: The Art of Narrative Exposition. Grand Rapids: Baker, Morgan, G. Campbell. Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Mounce Robert. The Essential Nature of New Testament Preaching. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Olford, Stephen F. Proclaiming the Good News: Evangelistic Expository. Grand Rapids: Baker, Olford, Stephen F. with David L. Olford. Anointed Expository Preaching. Nashville: B&H, Piper, John. The Supremacy of God in Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Richard, Ramesh. Scripture Sculpture: A Do-it-Yourself Manual for Biblical Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, Robinson, Haddon W. Biblical Preaching: The Development and Delivery of Expository Messages. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Stott, John R. W. Between Two Worlds: The Challenge of Preaching Today. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, Sumner, Robert L. Evangelism: The Church on Fire. Murfreesboro: Sword of the Lord, Thompson, James W. Preaching like Paul. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, Vos, Howard F. Effective Bible Study. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, Wiersbe, Warren W. ed. Developing a Christian Imagination. Wheaton: Victor Books, Wiersbe, Warren W. and David Wiersbe. The Elements of Preaching: The Art of Biblical Preaching Clearly and Simply Presented. Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale House, Books Unavailable In Wallace Library: (See Librarian) Ash, Christopher. The Priority of Preaching. Ross-shire, Scotland: Christian Focus Publications, Azurdia III, Arturo G. Spirit Empowered Preaching: Involving the Holy Spirit in Your Ministry. Geanies House, Fearn, Ross-shire, Great Britain: Mentor, Begg, Alistair. Preaching for God s Glory. Wheaton: Crossway, Blackwood, Andrew W. The Fine Art of Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Planning a Year s Pulpit Work. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Dargan, Edwin Charles. A History of Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Duduit, Michael, ed. Preaching with Power: Dynamic Insights from Twenty Top Pastors. Grand Rapids: Baker, Fabarez, Michael. Preaching That Changes Lives. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, Page 6 of 7

7 Jensen, Phillip D. and Paul Grimmond. The Archer and the Arrow: Preaching the Very Words of God. Youngstown, OH: Matthias Media, Miller, Calvin. The Sermon Maker: Tales of a Transformed Preacher. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Mohler, R. Albert. He Is Not Silent. Chicago: Moody, Murray, Ian. The Invitation System. London: Banner of Truth, Poe, Harry L. The Gospel and Its Meaning. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, Robinson, Haddon W. Making a Difference in Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Stanfield, V. L. Effective Evangelistic Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, Stewart, James A. How to Preach a Gospel Message. Philadelphia: Revival, Page 7 of 7

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