The biblical technique of handling people / By Jack Peters. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: 1955.Description: 76 leaves ; 29 cmContent type:
- BV4070.P482.B535 1955
- BV4070.C68.P482.B535 1955
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Chapter I. Introduction
Chapter II. Basic Concepts of Service
Chapter III. Basic Assumptions Regarding Unregenerate Man
Chapter IV. Basic Principle for All Human Relations-Love
Chapter V. Basic Methodology for Handling People
Chapter Virgin Islands Summary
Chapter Virgin IslandsI. Conclusion
Thesis M.A. Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina 1955.
Problem Stated Sources Used Procedure Followed.
Obligation Toward God Toward Man Identification With God in Reaching Man With Man in Reaching Man Authority From God to Man.
Centered in Self Sinning in Experience Influenced by Satan Conformed to the World Savable by God.
Manifested by Tactfulness Manifested by Compassion Manifested by Personal Interst Manifested by Acceptance of Men as They Were.
Cardinal Principles Used the Scriptures Directed by Prayer Supported by Example Guided by the Holy Spirit Reached the Whole Man Collateral Principles Stimulated Faith Avoided Arguments Never Forced a Decision Was Positive as well as Negative Used Sincere Commendation Created and Sustained Interest Selected Key Men Trained Through Practice Stimulated Discovery Did Not Disturb Ideas Reviewed.