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Nov

15

2010

Teaching Beyond What Is Taught

C. J. Mahaney, in Preserving A Passion for the Gospel, bounces off some thoughts from D. A. Carson. 

Teaching is accomplished not by mere communicated content, but by the excitement and passion of the teacher. What does he emphasize? What does he always come back to?  Those who listen are smart and know how to read between the lines--they will catch whether we believe what we say or not. They will figure out--in time--what our real message is, even if we don't say it as such.

Challenging and insightful. 

C. J.: 

And those we serve should see a difference between our passion for the gospel and our passion for other issues

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