The Socratic dialogues will occur to every one as brilliant examples.
But many centuries before Socrates' day this method was practised among the Hebrews (Exodus ; Deuteronomy 6:7, 20, etc.). In His final charge to His Apostles He said: ", "instructing"] them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you" (Matthew ).
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June 15, 2018 Whether you’re a Christian or not, I would like to challenge you to consider looking into scripture as a tool for emotional help.
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The majority, but not all links that can be found in the Bible Studies section are included below.Luke's Gospel: "That thou mayest know the verity of those things in which thou hast been instructed" (] him, in all good things" (Galatians 6:6).Hence the word, with its technical meaning of oral religious instruction, passed into ecclesiastical use, and is applied both to the act of instructing and the subject-matter of the instruction.Though it may apply to any subject-matter, it is commonly used for instruction in the elements of religion, especially preparation for initiation into Christianity.The word and others of the same origin occur in St.