AY Honor Christian Art of Preaching Answer Key

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Christian Art of Preaching

Skill Level

2

Year

2012

Version

23.05.2022

Approval authority

General Conference

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Christian Art of Preaching
Spiritual Growth, Outreach and Heritage
Skill Level
123
Approval authority
General Conference
Year of Introduction
2012
See also


1

Discuss the reasons / benefits of earning a Christian Art of Preaching honor.



2

Define homiletic and cite your resources.



3

Define exegesis and cite your resources.



4

Investigate the meaning and history of oratory.


4a

Define oratory



4b

Research a few of the great speakers of Adventist history, making a brief report of:
A speaker from our early beginnings
A speaker from our modern history
A distinguished speaker in your country



4c

Cite your sources.




5

Briefly describe the following, in terms of a Christian sermon:


5a

Thematic sermon



5b

Expository sermon



5c

Textual sermon



5d

Introduction



5e

Body



5f

Illustration



5g

Call



5h

Conclusion




6

Show the appropriate use of these tools:


6a

Biblical dictionary



6b

Biblical concordance



6c

Thematic Study Bibles



6d

Online sources (Bibles, dictionaries, concordances, study aids, illustrations)




7

Prepare and present a detailed outline of a sermon in writing.



8

Do one of the following activities:


8a

Participate in a course on Christian preaching (obtain a certificate)



8b

Preach for a church worship (turn in the sermon outline)



8c

Present a brief summary on an event that the Club or the church participated in



8d

Have the outline of at least ten Christian sermons




9

Participate (or have participated) in the preaching at your church (or a district church) at least four times in the period of a year.



10

Obtain, for your personal collection, a book of sermon illustrations.




References