Woodleigh H Volland
This thesis involves three objectives. First, to examine any biblical or theological bases for preaching to men differently than preaching to women. The conclusion was that men were created differently, were perceived differently by the Hebrew culture and were communicated with differently by Jesus Christ. Second, to research any psycho-sociological literature that would support the first finding, that men perceive the world differently, process thought and learn differently and need to be communicated with differently. Third, to test the findings in a clinical setting, where it was discovered that very little of this information had previously been considered.