Essay on Evan 101 Study Guide 5

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Exam 5 Study Guide All questions will be taken from the text Evangelism Is… by Earley and Wheeler. • Be able to identify the following verses as they are written in your textbook and have an understanding of Dr. Earley’s and Dr. Wheeler’s teachings on these verses: • John 1:14 (ch. 22) • Acts 1:8 (ch. 22) • Proverbs 11:30 (ch. 23) • John 13:35 (ch. 24) • John 2:1–10 (ch. 25) • Luke 19 (ch. 25) • John 6:1–14 (ch. 25) • Matthew 25:38–40 (ch. 27) Chapter 22 • According to Dr. Earley, the United States has shifted from a Christian nation to a _________________________ nation. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • Jim Peterson defines our “secularized…show more content…
• According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is lived out through ________________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • According to Dr. Wheeler, what is the culmination of evangelism? Chapter 25 • According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is hanging out ____________________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • According to Dr. Wheeler, Jesus exhibits the characteristics of “hanging out” evangelism in John 2:1-10 when he attended a ______________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • Dr Wheeler encourages believers to be fully present by continuously looking for ________________________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • Dr. Wheeler quotes this verse, “For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish. Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” as an example of divine opportunity. The person given this opportunity was _____________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) Chapter 26 • Dr. Wheeler states that “incarnational living’ and following the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18–20) is more about ______________ than coming. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • According to Dr. Wheeler, incarnational living is an expression of our new ____________. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • Citing Steve Sjorgen in
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