Course Memo

This course is a doctoral seminar on contemporary preaching theories. Starting with the historical and cultural background of the New Homiletic, a revolution in homiletic which began in the 1960s in North America, this course surveys theological, cultural, and practical issues around the New Homiletic and their related theories in today’s world. Students will make presentations, write research papers, and preach sermons; they will also take a part in class discussion around selected authors or topics each week. A prerequisite: an introductory or basic preaching course. [Auditors excluded]