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Both books contain the philosophy (thinking) behind the course, the six lessons and the handout sheets given to the learner after each lesson. (These may be photocopied). The Christianity Explained Manual is more suitable for a local church situation.
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Christianity Explained Teaching Manual (80 Pages)
All you need to start today
Both books contain the philosophy (thinking) behind the course, and the six lessons and the handout sheets given to the learner after each lesson. (These may be photocopied). The Christianity Explained Campus Version is more suitable for working with students.
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Christianity Explained Campus Manual (48 Pages)
Christianity Explained Evangelistic Course
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24 pages A4 size
Contains 12 personal testimonies from people who have completed the Christianity Explained
course.
23 pages A4 size.

Suggested download onto 120g card for durability
The Christianity Explained manual requires you to make visual aids to go with each of the six studies.
This download will save you the time and bother. Cut them up where indicated. Simple!
28 pages A3 size

If you do not wish to make or download the visual aids, then you will need one copy of this
workbook for yourself and one for each person doing the course. (Note from the author-“Having
used the CE course effectively for nearly 40 years, and by God’s grace seen many come to faith in
Jesus, I suggest using the visual aids rather than the workbook. I think it is a more powerful
presentation, and promotes discussion better. However many have used the Workbooks.)

The author presents the six “Christianity Explained” studies speaking straight to the camera with no live audience. He demonstrates the visual aids which are an important part of each of the studies. This is an aid for the person teaching the course and is not designed to be shown to the learners who are inquiring into the Christian faith. It is much better to verbalise the course. Watching videos generally does not promote discussion as readily as a personal presentation. However if you feel not able to do a personal verbal presentation, then watching the videos together is better than doing nothing. Discuss the content after each video. Give out the hand-out sheet after each video and ask the enquirer to read the passages from Mark.