Date of Award
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Preachers’ understandings of the human condition are foundational to preaching that is faithful and effective, yet are often unreflective or dogmatic. Biblical anthropology provides both revelation about humankind and a variety of perspectives, aiding the preacher in addressing diverse situations. Topics explored: Old Testament anthropology undergirding the New; the fundamental unity of the human being; the differentiation of law, sin, and human nature; the doctrine of theological anthropology; law and gospel preaching. Research draws on preachers’ journals and listener feedback surveys to identify and demonstrate patterns of creative proclamation of the human situation and a corresponding Gospel response.
Miller, Paul N. D., "Preaching From a Biblical Anthropology: Sources and Methods for Correlating the Gospel and the Human Condition" (2016). Doctor of Ministry Theses. 16.