You will write a hypothetical dialogue that employs one or more of the witnessing strategies studied during the course. It should be at least 2 pages, using the form found in the dialogues from Questioning Evangelism. You should pick one interview subject and write a creative dialogue based on how you think this person would respond. This should not be a repeat of the interview. Rather, imagine meeting this person at some point in the future. You strike up a conversation . . . Before writing the dialogue, provide a short biographical sketch of the person.
As the term winds down, think about what you’re going to take away from this class. The questions below should guide your thinking, but feel free to volunteer additional information if you feel it is relevant. You are expected to write a minimum of 500 words for this assignment. This is the last assignment, so give it your best effort! At the beginning of this term, what did you expect to learn from this class? Did it require more or less effort than you thought it would? What did you like most about the class? What did you like least about the class? What could you have done to improve your grade in this class? What was something unexpected that you learned? What was the most valuable thing that you learned? How did this class help you with your career/major decision? Would you recommend this class to another student? What advice (about this class or about WCU in general) would you give to an incoming student?
Do you agree or disagree that through our attitudes and Christian Subculture we have created a stumbling block in addition to the stumbling block of the Gospel? If so, how? Why? What can we do about it?
In many Christian circles, the word devotional has become synonymous with a daily reflection of some sort, whether originating in the Scripture or the thoughts of an individual, meant to serve as a spiritual inspiration or motivation to be devoted to the Christian walk each day. For the purposes of this course, it might be better to think of devotion as a theological reflection from part of the course reading materials that will result in an action-oriented response on the part of the student. In other words, in response to the truths regarding God presented in the prescribed reading materials, how should the truth be applied on a personal and functional level? Read Galatians 2:20 The key to evangelism discipleship is that of a personal walk with Christ including the present power of the Holy Spirit. After reading Galatians 2:20, reflect on how Christ living in you might result in your life serving as a daily model of evangelism and discipleship.
Do you think the chapter accurately presented the biblical view of marriage? (please elaborate more than yes or no). What other insight do you have to complete the picture?
Write out your own explanation of why there are hypocrites in the church. How does your explanation help you formulate a response to someone who is negative about the church?
Read John 4:1-42 In this passage, you will consider Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman. This is a clear presentation of an evangelistic message by the Lord. You will also consider Jesus’ dialogue with His disciples following the evangelistic encounter. Please reflect on how Jesus used the encounter as a teaching opportunity with his disciples and how he might be teaching you by the Holy Spirit relating to the record of that encounter. While the content of this discussion is not graded, you are expected to actively engage the reading and questions. To fail to do so could result in less than full credit.
Make a list of 5 common questions that are being asked today by non-believers. Based on the discussion in the course materials for this week, formulate a question response to each.
Make a list of 5 common questions that are being asked today by non-believers. Based on the discussion in the course materials for this week, formulate a question response to each. In your reply posts to peers, provide a question response that is different from the one supplied by the original author
Watch this TED Talk (Links to an external site.) from Gary Haugen, The Hidden Reason for Poverty the World Needs to Address Now. Explain your interpretation of the complexity of social class, poverty, and discrimination in terms of the interconnections among race, ethnicity, age, gender, and schooling. How are they related? How are they unrelated? APA Format 3-5 Paragraphs References needed NO PLAGIARISM