All questions are taken from Evangelism Is… by Earley and Wheeler. You do not need to memorize these passages. Only be familiar with the content.
• Be able to identify these verses as quoted in the textbook and be familiar with Earley’s and Wheeler’s teachings on the following verses: • John 4 (chs. 15, 16) Samaritan woman
• Acts 4:12 (ch. 15)- Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved • John 14:6 (ch. 15)- I am the way, the truth, and the life… • John 3:8 (ch. 17)- The wind blows where it wishes… • Acts 1:8 (ch. 17)- But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come • John 16:8–11 (ch. 17)- And when he has come, he will convict the world of their sin • John 14:16–17 (ch. 17)-
• Romans 8:9 (ch. 17)- But you are not in the flesh but in the spirit • Mark 10 (ch. 18)- The Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve • John 13 (ch. 18)- Washing of the disciples feet
• According to Dr. Early and Dr. Wheeler, in John 4, Jesus stepped out of His comfort-zone and took the initiative to start the conversation with the Samaritan woman. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • According to Dr. Earley and Dr. Wheeler, evangelism is crossing cultural barriers to share the gospel. (Be able to fill in the blank.)
• According to Dr. Earley and Dr. Wheeler, in John 4, through Jesus sharing with 1 woman many Samaritans believed. This is the principle of natural multiplication. • In describing the power of 1, Dr. Earley and Dr. Wheeler describe the impact that Edward Kimball, a simple Sunday school teacher had in eventually leading to the ministry of Billy Graham. (Be able to fill in the blank.) • Did the disciples fail to prioritize evangelism?
• Dr. Earley quotes Bill Hybels and Mark Mittleburg, who write...