School of Behavioral Sciences
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Charles N. Davidson
Primary Subject Area
Theology; Speech Communication; Religion, Clergy; Religion, Biblical Studies; Religion, General; Religion, History of
Evangelistic, Politics, Preaching, Society
Biblical Studies | Communication | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | History of Christianity | Practical Theology | Religion | Speech and Rhetorical Studies
Kinton, Kenneth, "Kingdom Consequences: Socio-Political Dimensions of Evangelistic Preaching" (2012). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 552.
This study examines biblical, historical, and theoretcial trends in evangelistic preaching. This has been accomplished using biblical evidence, as well as insights from theologians and scholars within the realm of society, politics, and Christianity. The study provides a suggested methodology of sermon preparation for communicating to the modern Church.