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Study Preaching at Trinity College Queensland

January 23, 2017

In this 12-week unit called Homiletics, Paul Jones will identify and examine the ingredients of effective preaching, and address frequently asked questions about the ministry of preaching: How do preachers draw contemporary meaning from ancient texts? How can sermons be designed to grab—and hold—the attention of postmodern congregations? What role should stories and illustrations play in the delivery of a sermon? What is the overarching purpose of preaching? Paul draws on many years of preaching and studying homiletics to address these and other related questions. Come and be part of this interactive learning experience at Trinity College Queensland.

Details

Time: Wednesdays, 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm

Dates:

Wk 1 – 1st Mar

Wk 2 – 8th Mar

Wk 3 – 15th Mar

Wk 4 – 22nd Mar

Wk 5 – 29th Mar

Wk 6 – 5th Apr

11th Apr – 18th Apr is Mid Semester Break

Wk 7 – 27th April

Wk 8 – 3rd May

Wk 9 – 10th May

Wk 10 – 17th May

Wk 11 – 24th May

Wk 12 – 31st May

 

Venue: Trinity College Queensland, Level 1, 60 Bayliss St, Auchenflower QLD 4066

Parking: Onsite

Cost: To come

Refreshments: Provided

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Written by
Leigh Trevaskis

After finishing a PhD in Veterinary Science though the University of Sydney, Leigh completed a PhD in the Old Testament unåder the supervision of Gordon J. Wenham. His research on the Old Testament focuses on the literary artistry of Leviticus.

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