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In the Scriptures, the word that you will find over and over and over again in regards to the early believers teaching and preaching in the synagogues is the word argue or dispute or reasoned.  Acts 9:29; Acts 17:2; Acts 17:17; 18:4; Acts 18:19, etc.

Here is the great lesson and example of early preaching. 

The early churches preaching was not a monologue, but a dialogue! 

As one commentator said, “It was not a question of one man telling a crowd

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of men; it was a case of a group telling it over together.”

In so-called “churches” today, the “sermon” should always involve a dialogue; a discussion; a two-sided communication. 

This is scriptural. 

This is New Testament preaching.

See:

“Primacy of Preaching??”