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Creative Bible Teaching Hardcover – Mar 1 1998
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About the Author
LAWRENCE O. RICHARDS (University of Michigan, Dallas Theological Seminary, Northwestern University) was one of the most prominent Christian Education writers during the second half of the twentieth century. He has written more than 70 books, including "Creative Bible Teaching, Every Name of God in the Bible" and "Life of Christ." He was a contributor to "Christian Education: Foundations for the Future." Larry resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.
GARY J. BREDFELDT (M.A., Denver Seminary; Ph.D., Trinity International University) has been married to Marlene for nearly forty years and is the father of four adult children: Lynne, Stephen, Michael, and Amy. He is a resident of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania where he serves as Vice President for Global Impact at Lancaster Bible College. Gary has also served as an administrator and faculty member at four prominent theological institutions: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Wake Forest, NC), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY), Moody Bible Institute (Chicago, IL) and Tyndale College and Seminary (Toronto, ON). He is the author of four books, three of those with Moody Publishers: "Great Leader, Great Teacher; Caring for Souls: Counseling Under the Authority of Scripture," and "Creative Bible Teaching."
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Review by M. Teresa Trascritti
The author explains his simple structure for planning a lesson. The method for organizing a lesson can be remembered by four rhyming words: Hook, Book, Look, Took. The hook is the way you capture the attention of your students. It is used to capture attention, to break the ice, to identify a need, and set a goal for the class. The book is the way you bring the truth of God’s word to the situation. The look explains the implications of the passage to the student’s life. Finally, the took is the response of the student to the lesson in his or her daily life. If there is no concrete response then the lesson is just abstract knowledge.
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