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Homiletics 2 focuses on a broadening and deepening of the preaching skills acquired in MINS 1110 Homiletics 1.
In this practicum-like course, students will learn and practice with several new sermon types: narrative, expository, topical and biographical sermons. They will also expand their knowledge base by means of select readings from the required textbook and by watching or hearing several different sermons from top-notch preachers, including Peter Marshall, Aimee Semple McPherson, Mark L. Prophet, Elizabeth Clare Prophet and Gene Vosseler.
As their final project, students will submit a video recording of a fully developed sermon for critiquing by the instructor and feedback from classmates.
Students will be assessed on the following course assignments: forum posts, papers, quizzes and their sermon delivery project.
Students will be assessed on the following course assignments:
% of Final Grade
Hours per week: Students should plan to set aside 5–6 hours per week to complete their weekly course work. This course consists of eight units and students are expected to complete one unit every two weeks.
Additional Technology Requirement: ALL MINS 2110 STUDENTS must have a webcam and know how to make short videos with it. Video-editing knowledge or software is not required for this course. Please see the SU Tech Support Knowledge base for more information, or contact SU Tech Support with questions.
Textbook Information: MINS 2110 Textbook Information Sheet [PDF]
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