EVAN 101 Exam 5

EVAN 101 Exam 5 Liberty University Answers

1. According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is hanging out with a purpose.
2. Dr Wheeler cites Jesus as a good example of intentional ministry leading to evangelism as one walks through daily life when in Luke 19, he meets ____________.
3. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 28) one effective strategy in listening is to ____________.
4. Wheeler states that “incarnational living’ and following the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18‐20) is more about ______________ than coming.
5. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #3 is ______________.
6. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, all believers have _______ concentric circles of concern in evangelism.
7. According to Dr. Earley, If we are to be truly effective evangelists, we must love people like God loves them and see them like God sees them.
8. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, One‐up Listening is ______________________.
9. Wheeler quotes Albert L. Meiburg, who states that _______ is the trigger which activates God’s call to minister if we have the heart to hear and respond.”
10. Earley describes Jesus’ lifestyle evangelism by noting that the term “dwelt” in John 1:14 is an Aramaic term meaning ____________________.
11. Incarnational living involves both intentional personal evangelism and sincere ministry orient service.
12. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #5 is ______________.
13. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, I‐Pod Listening is ______________________.
14. According to Dr. Earley, Jesus’ command in Acts 1:8 means that we are to be witnesses and not merely do witnessing.
15. According to Dr. Earley, which passage of Scripture is the foundation for calling evangelism “soul winning?”
16. According to Dr. Earley, the United States has shifted from a Christian nation to a post‐Christian nation.
17. Wheeler cites John 11:35 when Jesus wept as an example of his empathy in action.
Who was Jesus crying over?
18. According to Dr. Earley, which of the following is NOT a victory that you need to win with lost people?
19. According to Dr. Wheeler, by putting ministry into action, evangelism becomes a natural _________.
20. According to Dr. Wheeler, incarnational living involves both social justice and spiritual transformation.
21. Citing Steve Sjorgen in his book, Conspiracy of Kindness, Dr. Wheeler notes that the proper way to view and respond to lost people is to _____________.
22. Proclamation Evangelism is primarily for those who are unprepared to hear the gospel.
23. In Chapter 24, Dr. Earley compares evangelism with lost people to building ____________.
24. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #4 is ______________.
25. Wheeler quotes Jerry Pipes concerning the art of listening. (Chapter 28) According to Pipes, which of the following is the deepest level of listening?
26. According to Dr. Wheeler, part of living an empathetic life is learning to live with your personal struggles and shortcomings or ____________.
27. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, which of the following is the latest stage in making disciples?
28. According to Dr. Wheeler, empathetic living is relating to the physical pain of hurting people.
29. According to Dr. Wheeler, Jesus exhibited “being the change” in what he taught in Matthew 25: 38‐40 which says, ___________________.
30. According to Dr. Earley, the “peanut butter and jelly approach” to evangelism requires both proclamation and ______________.
31. According to Dr. Wheeler, Jesus exhibits the characteristics of “hanging out” evangelism in John 2:1‐10 when he attended a ______________.
32. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, Dr. Phil Listening is ______________________.
33. According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is lived out through intentional relationships.
34. According to Dr. Earley, Evangelism is an event.
35. According to Dr. Wheeler, one origin of the word empathy means ______________.
36. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #6 is ______________.
37. Wheeler notes that evangelism is most effective when practiced in a loving community or believers as suggested in John 13:35, which states _______________.
38. True evangelism is expressed with the whole being, both verbally and non‐
39. According to Dr. Earley, the three victories you win with unbelievers most commonly occur in what order?
40. 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 _____________.
41. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 28) evangelism is knowing the difference between hearing and listening.
42. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 29) which of the following is NOT a part of the definition of empathy?
43. In Dr. Earley’s chapter entitled, “A Lifestyle.” Dr. Earley quotes Jim Peterson who defines our “secularized society” as ___________________.
44. Wheeler encourages believers to seek “divine” appointment as Jesus did in John 6:1‐14, where he ________________.
45. According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is opening our eyes to see the words of others.
46. Earley (Chapter 23) notes that ______ out of ten unchurched adults would accept an invitation to church if invited.
47. Dr Wheeler encourages believers to be fully present by continuously looking for opportunities to minister to others.
48. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, Barney‐Fife Listening is ______________________.
49. According to Dr. Wheeler, incarnational living is an expression of our new ____________.
50. According to Dr. Earley, many people simply must feel like they ________ before they can __________.
51. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, I‐Pod Listening is
52. In Chapter 24, Dr. Earley compares evangelism with lost people to building
53. Dr Wheeler encourages believers to be fully present by continuously looking for opportunities to minister to others.
54. Dr. Wheeler quotes Jerry Pipes concerning the art of listening. (Chapter 28) According to Pipes, which of the following is the deepest level of listening?
55. Dr. Wheeler notes that evangelism is most effective when practiced in a loving community or believers as suggested in John 13:35, which states
56. Proclamation Evangelism is primarily for those who are unprepared to hear the gospel.
57. According to Dr. Wheeler, part of living an empathetic life is learning to live with your personal struggles and shortcomings or
58. True evangelism is expressed with the whole being, both verbally and non‐verbally.
59. Dr. Wheeler cites John 11:35 when Jesus wept as an example of his empathy in action. Who was Jesus crying over?
60. Dr. Wheeler encourages believers to seek “divine” appointment as Jesus did in John 6:1‐ 14, where he
61. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, which of the following is the latest stage in making disciples?
62. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 29) which of the following is NOT a part of the definition of empathy?
63. According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is opening our eyes to see the words of others.
64. Dr. Wheeler states that “incarnational living’ and following the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18‐20) is more about ______________ than coming.
65. According to Dr. Earley, Evangelism is an event.
66. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, all believers have _______ concentric circles of concern in evangelism.
67. Incarnational living involves both intentional personal evangelism and sincere ministry orient service.
68. According to Dr. Earley, the “peanut butter and jelly approach” to evangelism requires both proclamation and
69. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, One‐up Listening is
70. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 28) one effective strategy in listening is to
71. According to Dr. Earley, the three victories you win with unbelievers most commonly occur in what order?
72. According to Dr. Wheeler, (Chapter 28) evangelism is knowing the difference between hearing and listening.
73. According to Dr. Earley, If we are to be truly effective evangelists, we must love people like God loves them and see them like God sees them.
74. According to Dr. Wheeler, the culmination of evangelism is when your disciple begins making his/her own disciples.
75. According to Dr. Wheeler, empathetic living is relating to the physical pain of hurting people.
76. According to Dr. Earley, Jesus’ command in Acts 1:8 means that we are to be witnesses and not merely do witnessing.
77. According to Dr. Wheeler, incarnational living is an expression of our new
78. According to Dr. Wheeler, incarnational living involves both social justice and spiritual transformation.
79. According to Dr. Wheeler, Jesus exhibits the characteristics of “hanging out” evangelism in John 2:1‐10 when he attended a
80. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #5 is
81. According to Dr. Wheeler, Jesus exhibited “being the change” in what he taught in Matthew 25: 38‐40 which says,
82. According to Dr. Wheeler, one origin of the word empathy means
83. 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
84. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #6 is
85. According to Dr. Earley, the United States has shifted from a Christian nation to a post‐ Christian nation.
86. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, Barney‐Fife Listening is
87. Dr Wheeler cites Jesus as a good example of intentional ministry leading to evangelism as one walks through daily life when in Luke 19, he meets
88. According to Dr. Earley, many people simply must feel like they ________ before they can
89. According to Dr. Earley, which of the following is NOT a victory that you need to win with lost people?
90. According to Dr. Wheeler and Jerry Pipes, Dr. Phil Listening is
91. Citing Steve Sjorgen in his book, Conspiracy of Kindness, Dr. Wheeler notes that the proper way to view and respond to lost people is to
92. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #4 is
93. Dr. Earley describes Jesus’ lifestyle evangelism by noting that the term “dwelt” in John 1:14 is an Aramaic term meaning
94. According to Dr. Wheeler, who cites Claude King and Carolyn Thompson’s work, Concentric Circles of Concern, circle #3 is
95. Dr. Earley (Chapter 23) notes that ______ out of ten unchurched adults would accept an invitation to church if invited.
96. According to Dr. Wheeler, by putting ministry into action, evangelism becomes a natural
97. In Dr. Earley’s chapter entitled, “A Lifestyle.” Dr. Earley quotes Jim Peterson who defines our “secularized society” as
98. According to Dr. Earley, which passage of Scripture is the foundation for calling evangelism “soul winning?”
99. According to Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is hanging out with a purpose.
100. Dr. Wheeler quotes Albert L. Meiburg, who states that _______ is the trigger which activates God’s call to minister if we have the heart to hear and respond.”

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