Course offered by Laidlaw College
Tuesday evenings at its Manukau campus
564.615/715 Preaching in a Cultural Context
15 credits at NQF Level 6 or 7
Semester 2, 2018
Tuesday evenings: 6-9pm starting on July 17.
Through this course, students will identify trends in culture and explore modes of communication likely to be effective in a variety of cultural contexts. Students will examine how narrative functions to create meaning, and learn how to engage, interpret, apply, and incarnate the Biblical text in faithful, creative, and prophetic ways. Special attention will be given to the link between theology of the church and preaching. Using a collaborative environment, we will seek to nurture the heart and head of the preacher as well as the art and craft of preaching.
The course facilitator is Reuben Munn, who is an experienced preacher, teacher and pastor at Shore Community Church.
Students may enrol in the course for credit in a Laidlaw programme, for credit for just the course through a Certificate of Proficiency, or in a limited number of non-formal (not for credit) places.
To apply for the course go to the link below,
or contact us on 0800 999 777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to talk to someone in person.
Dr Stephen Garner
Head of School
School of Theology
Phone +64 9 836 7800
Fax +64 9 836 7801
80 Central Park Drive, Henderson
Private Bag 93104, Henderson
Auckland 0650, Aotearoa New Zealand