Washington’s Cathedral College to host Spanish preaching course
The Cathedral College of Washington National Cathedral will host a Spanish preaching conference, spoken entirely in Spanish, October 22-26.
“Biblical Preaching: A Hispanic Approach” (for Spanish-speaking preachers) will be a comprehensive introduction to the art of biblical preaching offering a definition of biblical preaching and a method of biblical interpretation for preaching. Participants will explore how to preach some of the most common biblical forms, such as Hebrew narrative, Psalms and Proverbs, prophetic oracles, miracles, parables, epistles, and apocalyptic texts.
The conference will be led by the Rev. Pablo A. Jiménez, an ordained minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) with more than 25 years of ministerial experience. Jiménez directs http://www.predicar.org, a bilingual website dedicated to Hispanic homiletics. He also serves as editor of Chalice Press, a line of academic and pastoral books, and co-wrote Púlpito: An Introduction to Hispanic Preaching (2005) with Justo L. González.
The conference cost $750. To register visit https://commerce.cathedral.org/exec/cop/register
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