EVAN 101 Exam 3

EVAN 101 Exam 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 37), what approach to evangelism intentionally seeks to meet people’s needs in order to open the doors for the gospel message?
  2. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 37), lifestyle evangelism usually grows out of the local church as individuals work together to meet corporate needs.
  3. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), learning through story comes naturally to people from oral cultures such as:
  4. According to Early (Chapter 30), the Samaritan woman’s story is found in
  5. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 36), turning personal interests into intentional ministries that impact the lives of hurting people.
  6. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), people groups need to realize that faith will work out in their culture, but they will have to give up some of the cultural distinctives to fully commit to salvation.
  7. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Postmodern Westerners do not put a high priority on community.
  8. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 34), in the Old Testament there are as many as _________ distinct predictions which are literally fulfilled in Christ.
  9. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Eric H. F. Law encourage white people to practice a spirituality of the cross in multicultural communities, deliberately giving up power and listening rather than doing all the talking.
  10. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Eric H. F. Law encourages people of color to practice a spirituality of the resurrection, asking for the srength of the Holy Spirit to say or do what is needed.
  11. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), communities honor individuals by developing and calling out the best in them.
  12. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 37), contextualization is
  13. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 36), Jesus is accustomed to taking the smallest ounce of our availability and magnifying the eternal impact for his kingdom.
  14. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 36), everyday evangelism is surrendering your schedule even when it is not convenient.
  15. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 34), my salvation is not based on what I do but rather on
  16. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Eric H. F. Law states that most people of color ascribe to
  17. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), in power-weakness societies people seek the help of friends in difficult situations.
  18. According to Early (Chapter 30), the demon-possessed man’s story is found in
  19. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), Receptor-Oriented Commmunication includes:
  20. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), unless we work hard to clarify biblcal truths first, people will understand our messages about God in terms of how their societies view and relate to the gods.
  21. According to Early (Chapter 30), everday evangelism is arguing the case, proving the truth and pressing for a verdict.
  22. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), Paul connected personally with his hearers and he exemplifies this in ____________ when he spoke to the Athenians about their “Unknown God.”
  23. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), which of the following is not one of the “five stages or thresholds”?
  24. According to Early (Chapter 30), what is a main point of a person’s testimony?
  25. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), groups that give their members _________________________ empower them to make decisions to follow Jesus at the appropriate time.
  26. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), most non-Western people think and learn how?
  27. According to Wheeler (Chapter 31), the goal of sharing Jesus without fear is to avoid an argument and to help the person get into the Scriptures.
  28. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), the five thresholds play out differently in each cultural context because the reasons for distrust and cultural strongholds to be overcome are different.
  29. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), indrect communication works well in low-context societies.
  30. According to Wheeler (Chapter 31), everyday evangelism is leading lost people to read the Word of God and letting the Holy Spirit use God’s Word to reach them.
  31. Explain what should be taken into consideration when sharing your story crossculturally. Be sure to summarize Rawson’s thoughts with your own words to avoid plagiarism. Use complete sentences and paragraphs to answer your question.

Set 2

  1. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), all of the following enable discovery learning except:
  2. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), indrect communication works well in low-context societies.
  3. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), groups that give their members _________________________ empower them to make decisions to follow Jesus at the appropriate time.
  4. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Eric H. F. Law encourage white people to practice a spirituality of the cross in multicultural communities, deliberately giving up power and listening rather than doing all the talking.
  5. According to Wheeler (Chapter 31), Bill Faye’s method to sharing evangelism starts with all of the following questions except:
  6. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), communities honor individuals by developing and calling out the best in them.
  7. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 33), the A of the ABCs of Salvation is
  8. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), community in the Middle East…
  9. According to Wheeler (Chapter 31), the goal of sharing Jesus without fear is to avoid an argument and to help the person get into the Scriptures.
  10. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), an international friend may never ask her true questions if:
  11. According to Wheeler (Chapter 32), the focus of a recovery testimony is your healing from addiction.
  12. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), who identified the five stages or thresholds?
  13. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), people with traditional assumptions about God in the inner core of their worldviews…
  14. According to Wheeler (Chapter 32), Satan keeps the Christian ineffective by
  15. According to Rawson (Chapter 7), Eric H. F. Law states that most people of color ascribe to
  16. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), Receptor-Oriented Commmunication includes:
  17. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), which of the following is not one of the “five stages or thresholds”?
  18. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 35), everyday evangelism is trusting the Holy Spirit to bring conviction for sin.
  19. According to Early (Chapter 30), you are not the star of your story, Jesus is.
  20. According to Early (Chapter 30), what is a main point of a person’s testimony?
  21. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 34), who says that God is independent of his creation?
  22. According to Wheeler (Chapter 31), everyday evangelism is leading lost people to read the Word of God and letting the Holy Spirit use God’s Word to reach them.
  23. According to Early (Chapter 30), everday evangelism is arguing the case, proving the truth and pressing for a verdict.
  24. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), to develop trust with Hindus, we must offer:
  25. According to Early & Wheeler (Chapter 34), other religions can never assure one’s salvation because they are based on good works.
  26. According to Early (Chapter 30), the demon-possessed man’s story is found in
  27. According to Rawson (Chapter 9), what societies place all the weight of communication on words?
  28. According to Early (Chapter 30), all of the following are benefits of sharing your testimony except
  29. According to Rawson (Chapter 8), true conversion occurs when people…

 

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