Personal Evangelization by the Book

The article “What I Had Wrong About Evangelism” posted on TGC website,, provides a refreshing second look at the call to personal evangelism in the NT. It is based on the Christian’s identity and God’s provision externally as well as internally to conduct His mission to build His kingdom and reach the lost. It can alleviate the tendency by ministers to resort to tough polemics in motivating their congregation to do evangelization.

Published by Noble Berean II

Raised a Catholic but became born again in young adulthood principally through reading Evidence that Demands a Verdict by Josh McDowell (I highly recommend it). I prefer the Reformed faith and subscribe to the Five Solas, but hold to baptism by immersion. I also hold to a continuationist view of the doctrine of Spiritual gifts. To me, the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, with a Christocentric theme in its entirety. I hold to an orthodox preterist hermeneutic and prefer the Postmillenial eschatology as the most biblical doctrine of God’s plan for His kingdom in Christ.

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