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A New Testament reference that commissions believers to teach is:
The word "teach" means:
The word "teacher" means:
The word "teaching" means:
We need teachers:
As believers, we are to teach:
The difference between the leadership position of teacher and the gift of teaching is:
The main objective of Biblical teaching is:
The master teacher, the example for all to follow, was:
Jesus taught in:
The Biblical reference which confirms we are sent by Jesus as He was by God is:
The basic message taught by Jesus Christ was:
The Biblical reference which summarizes the basic elements of the Gospel message is:
The teaching and preaching of the Gospel is to be accompanied by the demonstration of God’s_____.
The basic book which teaches about the Kingdom of God is:
Jesus taught with:
A parable is:
A teaching aid is:
A case history is:
Audio-visual aids are:
Audio-visual aids are important because:
"Audience analysis" means:
Audience analysis is important because:
To analyze an audience you should:
The word "objective" as used in this course means:
Objectives are important in teaching because:
Which one of these objectives is stated correctly? On the conclusion of this lesson the student will:
The final goal in Biblical teaching is:
A factor common in every teaching situation is:
A lesson plan should always include:
It is important to evaluate your teaching because:
You can evaluate Biblical teaching by:
A reason for problems in the teaching/learning situation is:
"Biblical curriculum" means:
Organized Biblical curriculum is valuable because it provides:
The term "illiterate" means:
Biblical preaching should focus on:
"Topical preaching" focuses on:
"Textual preaching" focuses on:
"Expository preaching" focuses on:
You should train teachers:
You can recruit people for teacher training by:
You should evaluate a teacher by:
All believers do not have the gift or leadership position of teaching, but all believers are to teach.
Jesus was not really a teacher. He was only a preacher.
Believers are to teach and preach the same message Jesus did.
You can never use problems in a positive way.
You should never try to develop your own Bible curriculum.
There is really no difference between teaching and preaching.
Demonstrations of spiritual power should never accompany teaching and preaching. They are distracting.
Teaching is the transmission of both a life and a lifestyle.
Teaching should always be based on the doctrine of man.
If an angel teaches something different from the Word of God, we should immediately believe him.
Jesus never taught doctrine.
The teaching of Jesus emphasizes reproduction…teaching others what you learn.
Jesus never used the natural environment in which He found people. He only taught in formal lecture halls like the synagogue.
Because of limited time, we should always teach crowds and not individuals.
When you are training disciples it is not good to let them practice what you are teaching them.
I completed reading the text for this course.
I completed the self-tests at the end of each chapter.