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Pastoral and Discipleship

PAST3301 - Preaching and Preachers - Dr. Paul Henebury
This course is designed to connect the ministerial student with the great legacy of preaching in the Church. The mighty privilege and holy responsibility to feed the flock is stressed, and lessons learn from the history of preaching.
Module 1 Called and Sent
This module deals with the great responsibility of the preacher's task
Unit 1 PAST3301 - Lecture 1: Introduction to Preaching
Unit 2 PAST3301 - Preaching and Preachers - Syllabus
Unit 3 PAST3301 - Lecture 2: A Survey of the History of Preaching (1)
Unit 4 PAST3301 - Lecture 3: A Survey of the History of Preaching (2)
Unit 5 PAST3301 - Lecture 4: The Call to Preach (1)
Unit 6 PAST3301 - Lecture 5: The Call to Preach (2)
Module 2 The Task
We examine what it is a herald of God does
Unit 1 PAST3301 - Lecture 6: The Preacher's Task
Unit 2 PAST3301 - Lecture 7: Preaching the Whole Counsel of God
Unit 3 PAST3301 - Lecture 8: The Art of Exposition (1)
Unit 4 PAST3301 - Lecture 9: The Art of Exposition (2)
Unit 5 PAST3301 - Lecture 10: Analysis of Maclaren's Sermon 'The Cross the Proof'
Module 3 The Habits of the Preacher
In addition to striving to be a humble and prayerful man, the preacher must develop certain habits of study and practice.
Unit 1 PAST3301 - Lecture 11: The Preacher's Study (1)
Unit 2 PAST3301 - Lecture 12: The Preacher's Study (2)
Unit 3 PAST3301 - Lecture 13: The Preacher's Rhetoric
Unit 4 PAST3301 - Lecture 14: Composition (1)
Unit 5 PAST3301 - Lecture 15: Composition (2)
Unit 6 PAST3301 - Lecture 16: Preaching and Worldview
Unit 7 PAST3301 - Lecture 17: Things To Avoid
PAST5301 - Biblical Christian Ethics - Dr. Paul Henebury
A general introduction to theories of ethics with a biblical critique of non-Christian theories and a clear presentation of the Christian approach to ethics. This involves a balanced purpose-standard-dispositional approach.
Module 1 The Subject of Ethics
Why should we be good?
Unit 1 PAST5301 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 PAST5301 - Lecture 1: Introduction to Ethics
Unit 3 PAST5301 - Lecture 2: Ethics and Scripture
Unit 4 PAST5301 - Lecture 3: Definitions and Pitfalls
Unit 5 PAST5301 - Lecture 4: Results, Rules and Motives
Unit 6 PAST5301 - Lecture 5: The Christian's Prerogative
Module 2 Ethics and Christian Truth
The issue of Truth is entwined with this subject, and Christianity has all the necessary components of a full-orbed view of Truth - Truth as Personal.
Unit 1 PAST5301 - Lecture 6: The Christian View of Truth
Unit 2 PAST5301 - Lecture 7: Christ and Truth
Unit 3 PAST5301 - Lecture 8: Man as the Image of God
Unit 4 PAST5301 - Lecture 9: Ethics and the Resurrection
Unit 5 PAST5301 - Lecture 10: Ethics and the Sermon on the Mount (1)
Unit 6 PAST5301 - Lecture 11: Ethics and the Sermon on the Mount (2)
Module 3 Ethics and the Believer's Standing and State
We look at positional truths and their outworking
Unit 1 PAST5301 - Lecture 12: Union with Christ
Unit 2 PAST5301 - Lecture 13: Sanctification/Consecration
Unit 3 PAST5301 - Lecture 14: The Fruit of the Spirit (1)
Unit 4 PAST5301 - Lecture 15: The Fruit of the Spirit (2)
Unit 5 PAST5301 - Lecture 16: The Primary Forms of Love
Unit 6 PAST5301 - Lecture 17: The Ten Commandments (1)
Unit 7 PAST5301 - Lecture 18: The Ten Commandments (2)
Unit 8 PAST5301 - Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Law and Gospel
Module 4 Moral Choices and Dilemmas
This last module deals with the sometimes difficult terrain of applying ethics in trying situations
Unit 1 PAST5301 - Lecture 20: Absolutes in Conflict
Unit 2 PAST5301 - Lecture 21: Marriage and Divorce
Unit 3 PAST5301 - Lecture 22: Issues of Divorce
Unit 4 PAST5301 - Lecture 23: Sexual Ethics
Unit 5 PAST5301 - Lecture 24: Reproductive Technologies
Unit 6 PAST5301 - Lecture 25: Abortion
Unit 7 PAST5301 - Lecture 26: Suicide and Euthanasia
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