Knox Theological Seminary’s DMin in Preaching and Teaching is a sure-fire way to equip yourself for lifelong ministry. You may have heard about the program when we announced it in May, but just to recap, here’s why this particular Doctor of Ministry is a big deal:
You’ll learn world-class theology with the best Bible software on the planet—Logos.
The next two onsite classes are gearing up in October. These courses delve into theology from a unique standpoint: that theology is just as much art as it is science.
The Art of Exegetical Theology in Preaching
October 15–19 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL
This class shows you how to analyze the text, but it doesn’t stop there. You’ll move beyond analyzing the text to examine the beautiful structure of the entire biblical canon. In this course, you’ll develop a firm grasp of the following practices:
- Analyzing details in context of the “big picture”
- Recognizing recurring themes throughout the Word
- Working with different forms of biblical text
- Identifying biblical symbolism
- Implementing exegetical theology into preaching
The class is a fine way to start your doctorate, but why stop with just one course when you can knock out two?
Biblical Theology and Preaching That Inspires
October 22–26 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Building on the previous class, this course focuses on developing your knowledge of the Scriptures and equipping you to proclaim them powerfully. You’ll learn to express the Word of God in ways that stir up your congregation to rejoice. You’ll communicate sound doctrine—doctrine that grounds your followers in the truth and motivates them to know more.
Learn Theology through Technology
As you work through these courses, you’ll use your own Logos Bible Software 4: Portfolio Edition library to dig into the text. Portfolio is included in the price of the program; plus, your entire DMin curriculum is based in Logos, which gives you some considerable academic advantages.
- More than 1,600 books—worth nearly $30,000 in print
- $1,000 of credit for books from Logos.com
- Training in how to use Logos for scholarly research
- Sources that cite themselves when you copy–paste
- All your textbooks on your Mac, PC, and mobile devices
- A massive library to use for lifelong ministry
The Knox DMin in Preaching and Teaching gives you all this and more. You can learn more about the program professors, how Portfolio works into the degree, and the courses themselves at DMin.me, which is where you need to go to apply for these fantastic classes. The deadline to register is September 17, so save your seat today and learn to approach theology as both science and art.