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Is teaching and preaching different?

Discussion in 'Singles (Only*)' started by Single Life, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Single Life

    Single Life Member

    United States
    Paul said they were? What is the main idea of teaching on the Bible and also preaching on the Bible?
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  2. blackribbon

    blackribbon Not a newbie

    Preaching is what is done to a lot of people at the same time. It is one way interaction...the speaker to the audience. Teaching implies the ability to interact and ask questions.

    Jesus taught the woman at the well. He preached to the masses. That is why he often pulled his disciples away and talked to them in a more private setting. He had something to teach them.