SCM 631: Theories of Counseling
An examination of the counseling theories of prominent Christian psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors, such as Jay Adams, Gary Collins, Larry Crabb, Frank Minirth, Charles Solomon and others. Students will be guided toward the development of a distinctly Christian counseling model.
SHM 634: Expository Sermon Preparation
A step-by-step approach to the development of expository sermons, with careful attention to exegetical accuracy and effective homiletical formatting. Students will prepare sermons from a variety of biblical genres, including Old Testament and New Testament passages.
SOT 615: Exposition of the Psalms
The nature and characteristics of Hebrew poetry as demonstrated in the Psalms. An exposition of selected Psalms centering on worship and knowing God. Special emphasis on the homiletical value of the book. Preparation of expository sermon outlines required.
Prerequisite: SOT 601.
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